I have a duckling, named Beverly, who is about three weeks old now who has had a rough go at life so far. Her mother was sitting on a nest outside of their pen, so for her safety I confiscated the eggs so she would go back to the pen. Only two showed signs of life so I put them in the incubator and only this poor little duckling made it. I actually had to help her hatch and ended up doing most of the work (I usually try to open the egg just enough to resolve whatever they are caught up on and let them finish kicking themselves out). From the time she was hatched, it seemed like she had problems with her legs. I gave her B complex vitamins in her water which I do think helped to some degree. She also came down with a respiratory infection almost immediately. I treated that with tylan 50 and she has recovered from that just fine. Now it appears as though her leg is twisting at a weird angle. Most of the times it is bent inward but sometimes it seems to bend outward. Her hock also seems enlarged. My guess is it's a slipped tendon but I have never had this before and I would think she would be less mobile if this was the case so I'm not sure. She has tons of energy now and can actually get up some speed when she's walking but she walks really goofy and very often trips over her own feet. I have some pictures but she is always on the move so it's hard to get a good shot! The pictures below don't seem to show the extent of how much the leg bends at the wrong angle (inward instead of backward). I've seen a couple people mention wrapping or bracing the leg but I couldn't seem to find many pictures or to many details. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!