Here's the story. I have a first time broody hen with three chicks, one is bold, one is crazy-flighty, one is mellow. They are four weeks old, and living in a large rabbit cage as their 'broody coop', it has a wire floor but sits on the ground. My mum decided to move the broody coop today, by lifting one end and dragging it, she said "they all flapped around and made noise." I checked everyone and sure enough "crazy flighty" has panicked so much she has hurt herself, her left wing drags on the ground, theres no resistance when I hold it, her wing bones feel fine it's the shoulder joint that seems odd. She's still eating and screaming and being her usual crazy self. I wrapped the wing and hoisted it up for support, wrapping around her body to keep it close. She then she managed to flip upside down with her feet stuck in it, so then I tried just wrapping the injured wing, and looping around the good wing to try and support it without risking her getting her feet stuck. Then she kept falling over because shes the kind of chick that 'flaps everywhere' not just walks. So she was putting herself off balance by only flapping one wing. Now I've tried strapping the other wing down too, still using the good wing to support the bad. Like she has a little bandage backpack. She's still with her mum and siblings and went under her to sleep ok tonight. Is this the right thing to do? Will she be ok for three days like this? I hope it's just a sprain and I've seem chickens get better from much worse. I have a holiday booked and am laving tomorrow! (bad timing!!) Any chance this could be something more sinister?