It wasn't straddle legs. Both chicks had the same deformity, their legs were deformed. They couldn't stand, they got progressively worse and the other chicks threw them out from under the brooder and were attacking them so we had to call them. It was a very brutal experience for us all but over quickly and we all felt the relief. I can't believe it's been a week since that first pip. I have three beautiful healthy chicks. I'm not sure if my humidity was too high at the end for the later hatching chicks or it was something with the father. I've told the person who hatched the eggs but he just said it takes time to learn how to do this and I ad a great result for my first time. I do know what to do about real straddle leg but also know exactly how to prevent it so hope never to do it again.