Last night, I had a chick hatch out who just didnt seem to move right. I let him be in the bator for the rest of the night, probably about 6 hrs. He was still a bit wobbly, so I left him longer. He just didnt seem to improve like most chicks. I removed him around 8am this morning and after close inspection, realized he had an issue with his legs. Some research and a few discussions with the wonderful BYC community led me to believe he was suffering from splay leg. He had quite a bit of trouble hatching too. I decided to make a chick chair, and this being my first time ever dealing with this, I wasnt sure what to do. The contraption I came up with is holding wonderfully, and only time will tell if it helps the little guys legs straighten up. I took a plastic big gulp cup from 711, and cut in just about in half. Then, I got an old tshirt and cut a large rectangle out of it and folded said rectangle in half. I took the doubled up cloth and put it on top of the upper portion of the cup I just cut in half, and then trimmed away the excess cloth. Next, I grabbed the duct tape and taped everything up so it was good and secure, no sharp edges or sticky tape to be seen. I then made his little food and water holder out of the bottom half of the plastic cup. I put tape on it to stick it to his chair, then rolled up thin strips of duct tape, sticky side out, and stuck water bottle lids to them to hold the food and water dishes in place for the little guy. Once he was settled in the chair, I took a thin strip of vetwrap, and made a figure 8 around his legs, drawing them back in line where they should be. Then i took a small section of straw, cut it lengthwise, and slipped it over the center of the vetwrap to add extra support. Just make sure you supervise them, to be sure they are eating and drinking, as well as so they dont fall asleep and drown in the water, or get picked on by brooder mates. My little guy tried to escape at first, but soon settled in and is just peeping at me every now and then.