I'm not sure if this is the correct thread, but here goes. I'm new at chickens. I have four 15-week pullets outside that I bought as chicks from a feed store. They are doing fine. Three weeks ago, I ordered six chicks from a hatchery. Three survived. The new chicks are in the house in a crate. Of those three, one was lame. I first thought it might be straddle leg, so I hobbled her, then I put the "shoe" split on her curled toes. Nothing seemed to help as the whole leg seems twisted. After two and a half weeks and a lot of trauma for her changing out the hobbles and splints, I un-hobbled and un-splinted her. Nothing had changed. I call her "Scootch" as she scoots around - she can eat and drink, but she hides most of the day from the other two chicks. I saw her cuddle with them once, but that was the only time. She gets where she wants to go, but that is almost always with her face in a corner. She's not growing as fast as the others and is only half their size, but with the luck I've had at the hatchery, I could be looking at the other two being roos. They are not going after her as yet. She chirps constantly, but not screeching as if in pain. I don't know if I should cull her or continue to wait and see if she will be able to get around. Thoughts?