This is not my first rodeo with chicks, but I have never encountered a chick that had a leg that actually looked disjointed - or really almost dislocated. We had 7 eggs in an incubator, but with the recent winter storm, we lost power, and only one chick ended up hatching (although we are going to wait a day to see if anymore do come out as a surprise!) We plan to go get a few "friends" for this one tomorrow from Tractor Supply, but until we are able to do so, we're keeping her warm and cozy with a stuffed animal chick! My only concern is her leg. I've had chickens with bent feet, etc. in the past that were easily corrected. In this case, it is as if the whole leg is jutted out too far. Has anyone ever had this happen before or know a way to bandage it to help train it to stand correctly. She's not walking around too much, and I cannot tell if she has any discomfort. She is not cheeping loudly to make me think she is. I did put down shelf liner to help her grip as she walks because she was slipping on the paper towels. I'm attaching a photo, although I am not sure how clearly you can see what I am describing from the way she was positioned. Any advice is welcome!