I hatched seven chickens almost two weeks ago. I have one that has a skeletal deformity in its legs. I took it to the vet yesterday. She splinted it better than I had and said if it continues to thrive hopefully it will learn to cope with its deformity and be ok. It can not walk but it does practice standing and it scoots itself around on its knees. I have the chicken starter in its brooder and it can get over to it and feed itself. I still water it every two-three hours because I don't know what to do about its water yet. I also hand feed it yogurt twice a day and give it baby vitamins. It is much smaller than my other chickens. It is a Rhode Island Red and has only grown a little bit since it was born. It does take a lot more energy for it to move around and it does not eat as much as the others. The vet said it is healthy though, just small. Should I be doing anything differently in regards to its food? Should I be giving it something else to increase its calories? Thanks!