Hey guys! I really want to thank you for all your help. I've been in here much too often lately. This last batch of chickens seem to be full of issues everything from chicks just up and dying to my other Pullet's gaping (and the meds seemed to work if it wasnt something else, she is gaining weight and not gaping any more!) So, Im tackling one of my Special Ed birds. We got her as a young pullet, she's a white Jersey Giant, and she was a total spaz. I also noticed she had a bit of a bowed leg when she walked. The store we got her (which is a local farm store who sells poultry too) said that she was like that out of the egg. The more we held her the more of a cuddler she became and we named her angel. We gave her more vitamins, etc. Now she should be bigger and integrating with the flock but she is small, fragile and very clingy to us. She will not integrate well with the flock and ends up hiding all the time. She is more or less a big baby- but she is super soft and cuddly so it's easy to want to take her in. We kept her in a separate brooder with some of the other smaller pullets (our frizzles, etc) because they were just too small to integrate and we noticed that her leg was getting worse and worse. My daughter said it would pop when she picked her up- but I've never experienced that. Her foot seems to not work very well nor do her toes. I took a couple of videos to show you what Im talking about. We have her in the house in a bin now because we're using the brooder for our broody batam sitting on eggs. So here she is in the barn chirping away for us to pick her up. She really has a hard time getting around. And here is today (Happy Thanksgiving Y'all) with her inside as we let her roam around a bit. There isn't any sound because it was just a lot of noise since I have 8 kids and we were cleaning up for Thanksgiving and I muted it- hahaha! If anyone could give me any kind of idea what it might be or how we can help, that would be awesome. Im assuming it's something neurological. I was considering making one of those chicken leg splint sandal shoes with pipe cleaners etc but... it seems as though she cant really control a lot of her leg... it just wont do what she wants it to.