I read through the forum & have determined it's likely vitamin deficiency causing this since it was a recent development. I will be purchasing Poly-Vi-Sol, but not sure of the best way to administer. How much to put in water, for all (even with those not showing symptoms)? or Dropping it directly into affected chicks mouth? I have 6 chicks. 3 Delawares, 1 Leghorn (supposedly Danish Brown, but she's white), 2 EE's One Delaware has the most curled toes, the others (except EE's) are showing signs of the middle toe starting to curl. I doubt I can splint, they're pretty active and aware of what's on their feet. 1) What type of bird , age and weight. Delaware pullet, 15 days, a few ounces (normal) 2) What is the behavior, exactly. None different from other chicks. Has a bit more trouble walking & perching, but it doesn't act different. 3) Is there any bleeding, injury, broken bones or other sign of trauma. Curled toes (severe). Some other chicks exhibit minor signs. EE's do not exhibit symptoms at all. 4) What happened, if anything that you know of, that may have caused the situation. Curled toes developed within the last couple days. When purchased, normal toes, last week, normal toes. 5) What has the bird been eating and drinking, if at all. Eating and drinking normally Food: Organic Pride Chick Grower/Starter, 20+% protein Water: 6 chicks ~ 1/2 Quart daily 6) How does the poop look? Normal? Bloody? Runny? etc. Normal 7) What has been the treatment you have administered so far? None 8 ) What is your intent as far as treatment? For example, do you want to treat completely yourself, or do you need help in stabilizing the bird til you can get to a vet? I plan to administer Poly-Vi-Sol 9) If you have a picture of the wound or condition, please post it. It may help. 10) Describe the housing/bedding in use Small animal cage, newspaper liner with paper towels & pine shavings on top (not sliding). They get some (15-30 min) outside time daily on paved/dirt area.