Hello everyone, I purchased 10, day old chicks from mypetchicken including 8 full size chickens and 2 silkies. They were all vaccinated for Merck. They have all been eating Blue Seal Medicated chick feed since we purchased them. When we took them out of the box, one of the silkies was walking a little funny but we didn't think much about it as she was walking and getting around fine. Over the last 5 weeks she seems to have been doing okay for herself, wandering around, eating and drinking like everyone else, but always tended to be resting more often than the others. Then this Thursday when I looked into their "house" I noticed her laying flat, on her side, head down and not moving at all. She looked as though she had been trampled by the other 9 chickens. She had been like this a few times before, but seems much less mobile the last day or two. I picked her up and she was fine, by that I mean she was awake and chirping away like she always does when I pick her up. I put her back in her house and she took a couple steps and fell over and didn't even try to get up. It seems as she is okay when she is standing or sitting down but can't or has trouble getting up or even trying to get up when she is on her side even if the other chickens are running over her. Yesterday she was able to walk a bit, although wabbly but today she seems much worse and not able to walk or even stand up without tipping over. I think my poor little girl has two problems, after doing some research, thanks backyardforum!, I think she might have a vitamin deficiency which is causing her to stumble and lay on her side and a broken foot. We took a ride to the local pet store and got her some "durvet" Vitamins & Electrolytes power for her water and have since moved her to a comfy box by herself. I dipped her beak into the water and she has drank some of the water. I will continue making sure she is drinking and eating. You can see in the photo below how her foot is. She doesn't seem to mind me moving it around so it doesn't appear to hurt her. Her Foot laying on her side sitting with one leg out to the side Last thing I should mention is she is very small, sleeps a LOT and She is about half the size of my other silkie. I wanted to see what you all thought of our diagnostic of her having the vitamin deficiency and what, if anything, should we do about her foot??? Thanks!!!!