So, my new set of chicks is one week old today, and the smallest, and weakest chick has a leg issue. It can walk, but hobbles quickly to get where it's going. It appears to be the right leg that is slightly bent, and is weaker than the left leg. The leg doesn't quite 'sit' under the chick when it's on it's feet. Make sense? When the chick preens on its' left side, it topples sometimes. It stands around alot, and can stay on its' feet when the other 9 go running by in a chick hurry to the other side of the brooder. It gets crowded at times, into the brooder corner. It is eating, drinking, and the poops look healthy. Should I attempt to bandaid the legs together? Or just leave it? Are vitamins crucial? (It eats a great chick starter, non-medicated) I don't want to cull her, unless she seems to head downhill.... I've heard about joints popping out of place, could that be what it is? Is it treatable? We purchased the chick on the same day it hatched, and it has been standing since the first day. I can't think of any other info...Oh, I have fed it some hard boiled egg yolk last night, and kept it cuddled on a towel with me over the past 24 hours twice, so it could have some peace. Sorry for the monster post, just trying to be clear and offer a useful description... Any input would be grreat!!