Helpout Chick with hips rotated out? Hatch was due at noon on the 2nd. This chick piped 6 a.m. on the 1st. Seemed to make some progress. At 1 a.m. this morning, the 3rd, I helped out but left a little less than half of the shell attached. 15 mins. later it kicked off the rest of the shell. It seemed healthy but was having a difficult time as it could not stand or walk. 6:50 a.m. I used vet wrap to make a hobble figuring it was splayed legs. I have used this before with ducks and chickens successfully. This evening I realized that it seems like it's hips are moving the wrong direction. It is laying body and head over it's legs, and the hip joints seem to be turned out. I can gently rotate them to what I think is the correct position. It does not seem to be in pain. I even tried to wrap it so the hips were held in place. It still could not stand. After about 10 min. I removed all wraps. I looked and searched on this site and on the Poultry Podiatry site but cannot seem to find anything similar. I believe it would have a chance if I could just figure out how to help correct the problem. I realize the window for a successful intervention is closing fast. Any ideas? I will be checking back in about 4 hours. It is goat kidding season and I have to goat kids to bottle feed. Thank you for any assistance!