I have a week old chick. It hatched naturally (as opposed to with assistance). From the get-go, I noticed a leg/foot problem and treated it as if it at spraddle leg. I went with the band-aid method by taping its legs together. I also had it in a narrow chute to give it support. It has escaped the chute (a 1x4 board against the side of the brooder), so I left it with the general population (3 hatch-mates). It is considerably smaller but seems to be otherwise healthy. This particular one came from a Marans, the other 3 came from an Ameraucana. The chicks hops around and is standing up which it really wasn't doing in the early days. But my concern is that the chick is still holding the one leg out to the side, toes look flexed and just hops on one foot. I can't imagine it having a good life if it has to hop on one foot. I want to be able to help it. What more can I do for it?