I've got a new flock of chicks for this year. They're now at about 9 or 10 weeks. I've had chickens a while, so currently I have 11 all together, (until I find out who's a cockerel and who's not.) At any rate, in this new group, I have a young laced Wyandotte who I can only describe as clumsy. Clumsy walks fine. Eats and drinks. Is growing well, has developed larger wattles than the others (possible roo?) , feathers are clean. Feet are normal, no sores or lifted scales. Hasn't lost weight, is basically healthy. But when Clumsy stands still, clumsy totters a bit, then stumbles. Sometimes it sits, sometimes it shakes itself and does a little fluffed up wing pump, walks or runs around a bit, does a little grazing, then totters again when still. Eventually, the other chicks will walk all over Clumsy when it settles on a spot. I'm not sure how worried I should be. Any one have any ideas on this? Is this like an awkward growth phase some chicks hit? My roo, Rufio, wasn't this clumsy. My hens, by this age, were awkward but not stumbley.