Hatched some eggs from my own flock and one of the chicks wobbles around not reallying using his legs all that much, he seems to favor his right side and will tip over he an either just lay on his side with his legs stretched out or he will manage to right himself wobble forward a bit and tip over again. I will say I hatched out these chicks daddy myself almost a year ago and he (along with the other chicks) were fine. My flock health over all is very good no one is sick they have fresh food,water stuff to forage (2 of them hop a 5-6' tall fence and get over to the neighbours to eat his grass tho *shakes head*), they have been wormed prior to me deciding on hatching eggs from them and as well and no show signs of parasites. The other chicks are doing just fine and they are all (for the most part) running around the plastic rabbit cage eating chick crumb and trying to figure out how to drink even tho I did the whole beak dip thing. This one chick is the only problem child if you will. What could be causing him do list to his right and tip over and lay either stretched out stiff as a board or stuggle to right himself? to be fair I did not expect him to make it through last night and thought I would find his body, he was also the last one to hatch to.