We had a gosling that started to hatch Saturday afternoon. The next day we checked on it and it had about a 2 inch hole but the skin color didn't look right so we decided to help it some. After getting half the shell off we noticed it was grey and clamy looking and was about half dead. We finished hatching it after seeing all the yolk was asborbed and it turned pink again but I don't know if it was cramped up to long or if it's neck grew the way it did. The neck is bent to the side as if it was still in the shell and it won't straighten it out. I've gently tried holding the neck straight but everytime it twitched the muscles kept pulling over to the side. It is moving the head around more but keeping its neck in the same place. We don't know what to do with it since it is the first we had with the problem. I tried looking online but didn't come up with anything. Should we leave it alone but make sure we feed and water it, is there a neck brace we can make, or should we put it down? It can move the legs around alright and is alert.