So we rescued a bunch of eggs from a nest along the road a few weeks ago. I found some eggs in a nest in my garden and I'm still waiting on shipped eggs to hatch in my bator. We're up to 17 hatched keets so far ranging in age from almost three weeks to just one day old. Fortunately I have a chicken in a brooder in the barn who is a wonderful mom and she's been adopting all of them! Everything has been going smoothly until yesterday I had a keet who was stuck in the egg and couldn't get out. It was almost too big for the egg. It was very dry and nearly shrink-wrapped and it was in a strange position. I think its wing was over its face? I had to help it out of the shell and it's healthy and very strong, but it only has one eye! The eye shouldn't be a problem, but the poor little thing is stuck in this curled up position and can't straighten its neck or get its legs underneath itself. Its been struggling to walk since yesterday evening. If I pick it up and hold it with the legs dangling between my fingers she can straighten both legs and neck. Should I do physical therapy? Make a neck brace? Build a chick chair? Or do you think she'll fix herself on her own with more time?