One of my little hookbills can hardly walk today, just scooting his/herself along the ground. Great appetite, talkative. Was fine last night when I walked them back to the house after a day outside in their outdoor run and in the brooder before lights out. I am worried one of the relatively gargantuan Pilgrim goslings stepped on it. Seems the same tonight as this am. Spent the day inside in the brooder with one buddy. I don't feel any obvious break or dislocation, but it doesn't like the leg messed with. I have put it in its own little clear plastic small bin in the brooder, added vitamins/electrolytes to water, put food, grass and water in easy reach. I added some brewer's yeast to the food (mixture of Flock Raiser and the local mill's 17% protein food, transitioning to lower protein for all of them). I gave meloxicam (NSAID) orally at recommended waterfowl dose a little over an hour ago after I got home from work. Anyone think of anything else to do? Anyone have anything similar happen and what was the outcome? Thanks.