I had a chick hatch out about 80% of the way (and four days late) over the past couple days. I helped it at the end, noticing its position being quite awkward. It came out without any problems; however, as I watched it dry off and wiggle around, I started to notice problems. 1. Severely curled toes. I have since wrapped them in cheap Band-Aids and some sparkly craft tie...and I am only resorting to these until I can pick up some better supplies here shortly (I need better Band-Aids). 2. One bent/spraddle leg. I have banded the legs together about an inch apart. 3. Bent neck. The chick can move it's neck up and side to side in a tilting motion, but cannot seem to lower it down. It's obvious that something just isn't right there. 4. Slight clicking noise every time the chick breaths. For now, it cannot stand. It is extremely vocal, twisting and wiggling about. But it cannot do much except lay on its side. Chick finally broke out of the egg 12+ hours ago and was moved into the brooder once it had dried out a little bit...where I began to notice these problems. Is it just really soon? The other hatchlings haven't had any of these symptoms and were growing into strong little chicks almost immediately. Any suggestions or similar experiences? I am mostly worried about the neck and strange clicking sound while it is breathing.