Hi, I have this one pheasant chick that couldn't walk that much,and looked like it wasn't going to make it but i gave him another few days so he would get better. Well today i noticed that he was getting a little worse and didn't think i should let the poor chick suffer. So i chose the baking soda and vinegar method because is was less pain for the chick and it would be over much quicker. The only thing though is that when i was about to pour the vinegar in the baking soda, the chick got wet a little because it spilled over would this affect the chick having less pain? This is my first time trying this culling method. I really hope i won't have to do it again. Culling is such a hard thing to do but it would be mean to the chick to let it suffer. Thanks!!