My chicken has a leg issue, it is a rooster who I hatched this winter, about 3 weeks ago I noticed him flopping around I brought him inside to look at him. He could stand on his right leg but was falling over like it was a balance issue, I felt the leg but I didn't feel anything broken. So i just kept him away from the other chickens thinking maybe it would heal. Well now as of today it is no better except he has gotten used to the fact he is one legged now so he has adapted, he walks but drags the other leg. The legs are both forward, he lifts the bad one from the the thigh but from the hock down he can't move, his toes don't move. Its like his thigh is fine and he is lifting the thigh to move the bad leg but the whole hock and foot are his foot now, if anyone can picture and understand that. It bends at the hock flat to the ground? I been reading about tendons and thought that might be what it was and now I think I may have waited when I should have done something Is there a surgery that can be performed maybe or something I just want the poor guy to be able to be normal again. I though about culling but I JUST CAN'T. Anyone know of any poultry vets around my are??? I an in south central Pa. Bedford County. I feel so bad for this chicken. I want to help him and I would consider spending SOME money to fix this. Any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated. He is eating and drinking fine, very alert, good color, and is free range during the day time.