Hi, I'm a townie and fairly new to this chicken adventure and so have joined forces with a country friend who knows what she is doing. My first 18 baby chicks (hatched in May) have grown to big girls and were moved out to my friend's place to join her flock and free-range like happy birds should do. Meanwhile, my friend and her husband decided to experiment with the incubator and the fertilized eggs from their hens. The last hatch in this first experiment with the incubator was born with only one leg. My friend thinks this might be due to a power-outage which chilled all the remaining eggs. Whatever the cause, I'm planning to keep this one legged chick and two others hatched just before the power-outage at my place and start my urban flock. By doing this I hope to rescue her (please let it be a her) from getting pestered and abused by the big girls. Do I have any reason to hope for success? Do any of you know of success stories regarding raising a one-legger? Tips and advice gladly accepted. Thanks!