We recently got seven chicks from Meyer Hatchery. They were all doing well, up until yesterday. Our Delaware, Petunia, was suddenly not getting around. All the other chicks are fine. They are two weeks old. We noticed that Petunia didn't get up and scamper around; upon closer inspection, she was holding up her right leg, and the toes were curled. To compensate she was trying to use her wing for balance. At times she seems to be resting on her hocks. A quick internet search turned up Curled Toe Paralysis as a possible "diagnosis". --We separated her from her flock-mates and made sure she has enough heat. --She is eating and drinking, though you have to make sure she is near the food and water. --We've been giving her some hard-boiled egg last night and this morning after reading they are high in B-2, which perhaps she isn't getting enough of, and this is causing her these problems. --She is also having some greenish stool. --We also went to Tractor Supply and got some "Durvet" vitamins and have started adding this to the water for ALL the chicks. --Occasionally she will also curl the toes on the 'good' leg. Is this something she can survive? Also, I've read about splinting their feet--should we be doing this? We want to give Petunia every chance to live. She's a sweet little thing. Does anyone have further suggestions?