One of my silkie hens hatched four little chicks yesterday- I went in to check on their food and water this morning and found mama hen hanging out with three of the chicks by the water, but one of them was flopping around in the nesting box and couldn't get its legs to work properly. Turns out the little guy has splayed legs. I made it a leg splint thing out of a hairband and some tape and put him back in the nest- but now I'm wondering if that was the right thing to do? Should I have kept the splayed leg chick away from the others and mama hen? The nesting box is full of wood chips and doesn't exactly provide the best footing for the chick to recover/figure out how to walk in. If I take it away and keep it in my old brooder with a more solid floor, will I be able to re-introduce it to mama hen or will she and its sibs pick on it? Please help, I'm worried about this little nugget! Thanks!