I received a batch of day-old cochin and wyandotte chicks this morning. All were active and eating and drinking normally when I put them in the brooder, but when I began looking at them closely, I became a bit worried about two of the cochins. One has a couple curled, fused and webbed toes on each foot. He (or she) seems to be able to walk but is a bit wobbly. The other chick has one eye that won't open; the eye is there (and it's bulging), but the eyelid won't open. I tryed gently prying the eyelid open with my fingers to get a look at the eye, but the eyelid seems like it is fused shut. It's other eye appears normal. Has anyone else ever dealt with a situation similar to either of these? Is there anything that I can do for them, or do I just need to take a wait and see approach? So far, both are eating and drinking normally and seem otherwise healthy. The one with the bad feet even pinched me when I tried to pick it up (that's got me thinking it's a roo) and then jumped into the water dish. I can't post pics right now because I'm at work, but I'll try to get some when I get home.