We are raising our first set of baby chicks so this is all new to me. I've done extensive research but I just can't put my finger on our little chick's problem... We have an 11 day old Silver Laced Wyandotte who is limping around. One leg is perfectly normal and the other she holds up close to her body. The toes on the "bad" leg are curled up. She doesn't seem to have much control over this leg. The joint is swollen a bit and a little on the red side but doesn't feel hot to the touch. Most of the symptoms seem like a slipped tendon but what about the curled toes? This came on all of the sudden, no prior indications of a problem, at the age of 8 days old. She seems to be eating and drinking as usual and likes to hop around but gets tired and needs to rest. I have her in the brooder with the other chicks but in a separate box as the other chicks peck at her limp foot and use her as a launching pad. I tried stretching the tendon, rolling it with my fingers, etc. but really don't feel much when I do so. The only time she seems to be in pain is after I fiddle with her leg. Any ideas or advice would be greatly appreciated!