No, it's not a politician. It's Chester Louise. As some of you snow, she was a rescue. She has a very crooked leg due to a bad diet as a duckling. She was doing fine until a couple of days ago. Her leg is so crooked that she sometimes steps on her own foot and trips herself. She does OK when she walks, but has trouble when she runs. Saturday morning I found her unable to stand in the coop. I isolated her into the hospital cage. She is still eating, drinking, quacking and making a mess. At first she couldn't stand or walk. Last night and this morning she can stand for a little while, but not walk. She has recently started laying eggs. She is a very prolific layer. She gives me an egg every day, and every few days it's a double yolker so we let her have Layena instead of the multiflock feed. What more can I do for her? Should she go back to the multiflock, or is the layeana OK? She also forages in the yard (at least she did before the injury). She is a Pekin. The crooked leg is the sore one. This is an older picture, but it will give you an idea of the crooked leg.