This is Scooter, she is almost a month old. She is a Jubilee Orpington that I hatched out from shipped eggs. She came from a VERY good breeder but her "nest mates" were so messed up in travel the breeder told me that they were scrambled when they were "eggtopsied" after they were returned to the farm. There were only 3 viable and one to hatch. Scooter had to be helped out of her egg and I didn't think she/he would make it this far. This is a strappingly healthy chicken and I am feeding her to make sure any nutritional need is met. But here we are, alive, healthy but with a bum leg. She "pogo-s" about to move and seems happy enough. But I hope we can do a little better. I took her to the premier vet clinic in my area that deals with birds and without being mean, I will say they know no more than I do. I am willing to try whatever needs trying and I will happily load Scooter up and go to a good vet in SC, NC or Georgia. If anyone can help or has seen this situation before, please respond. If more pictures are needed I took them from different angles. But this is what her leg is doing, just held up. It has good color and feel so the circulation seems to be ok. I will respond to any questions and thank you in advance for reading this and your help.