Hello, I have a chick here with, as you can see, some pretty gnarly eyes. It was part of a hatch that just finished today. Half of the hatch came out fine, but less than a third of the hatch died of shrink wrap. This little guy was cement glued to his shell, so I had to help him out by ungluing him with warm water. He doesn't respond well to touch (most chicks will chirp or run away if they are touched) but he barely acknowledges it. He’s very sleepy and does not move a whole lot unless he is flipped upside down.He can open his eyes (or at least one of them) but I cannot tell if he is blind or not. He’s probably 9 hours or so old at the moment and is still digesting yolk, so he has not eaten or drank anything as of this point. It hatched on day 21. His eyes have huge, swolen sacks under/behind/around them, resembling one of those hideous googly-eyed goldfish. It’s almost like they are giant cysts. It really is quite disturbing. Also, he cannot walk, and he moves around crawling with his wings from time to time (I've never seen a chick do this before!) I am quite worried. It does NOT look like he is in pain, and I don’t want to cull him just because he is ugly if he can live life without problems. I’m just at a loss as to what is wrong with him. He chirps every now and then when he is uncomfortable. I’m also wondering if this can make him blind?. Every other chick but two are healthy. Oh yea, he has curled toes too, but I plan on giving him vitamin water for that, so that’s no problem. Help? Should I cull him, or is this something treatable? I currently have him separated from the healthy chicks just in case this is an infection of some sort. His eyes looked like this the moment he came out of the egg. Can he live with this if it is just a weird mutation?