Could things get worse here? I was getting the 5 wo chicks out to spray with blue kote because we have 2 chicks picking feathers. One chick was awfully sweet and I noticed how light she was. I looked her over well and she is all bones. And kinda cold. I took her in the house trying to figure out why??!! I looked in her mouth and she has no tongue. Actually, she has an undeveloped one in the very back. So small I didn't notice it right away. I know each chick and she had not always been this thin. She's the normal size for her age, just extreamly frail. She's still in the house with a 40 wat light for warmth. She likes to under it. I'm giving her electrolye water, chick feed, and a mix of chick feed mash and grits with extra water. Has anyone had an experience with this or know someone who has? Ever even hear of this? I don't mind if she will ever lay from becoming so malnourished. I just need to get this girl better and focus on learning how to properly care for her. She seems to prefur the dry feed, guess because she's just used to it. She shakes her head after taking a bite and tries again. Drinks a lot. I just can't believe we have another problem. Am I jinxed? I just got the flock treated for the secong go round for scaly leg because I brought in new chickens. I treated them as always and still introduced something. I also have a girl suffering with a skin condition. Please, does anyone know of any good links? Anything. She's so frail I need this girl back to help asap! I offered some soft things but she refused. I'll try whatever. TIA!