Hello! I have 11 Cornish X just shy of 5 weeks old. Yesterday morning, my wife found one shivering / twitching on the ground, unable to move, and covered in ants. She took it inside and washed off the ants and dried it gently with the hair dryer. There is some redness around the feet / legs, where we suspect the ants were attacking. The bird drank water, but has been uninterested in eating (24% protein DuMor). The bird is now alert, but is unable to move. The feet seem completely inert, no amount of manipulation will cause a response. If I try grabbing any part of the leg further up from the feet, the bird will react and pull the leg away. The feet just don't work anymore! The rest of the flock seems perfectly happy and fine. We've raised poultry for many years, but this is our first time with Cornish X, which I understand to have more problems than the regular breeds. I'm guessing this is a breed defect, rather than disease? Is there anything to be done for this bird, or is it time to cull? Any ideas? Thanks!