I have a 2 month old barnyard mutt chick that I suspect is a cockrel. He's a Russian orloff/delaware mix. He started developing curled toes and by the time I really noticed he wouldn't keep the little braces I made on. I wasn't overly concerned with the curled toes because I've read that they can still lead a pretty normal life with them, however he has now seemed to also develop a larger issues where one of his legs twists out to the side. I'm not sure if it is from him compensating for the toe issue or if he injured himself in the brooder (his name is Popcorn because he would hop around like crazy when he got excited). The bottom of the brooder is pine shavings. He gets around alright but does seem like he is struggling sometimes. He eats, drinks, and even tries to spar with his sisters. We are in the process of transferring them to the coop with the adults and so far he has held his own fairly well while he's out there, he seems scared of the big chickens but he can and does get away from them when they pick on him, if they get really mean he will hop up and flap his wings and get away from them that way. I am just worried about his quality of life. Should I just let it play out for a while and see how he does and if it gets worse? He's a cool little dude and I'm pretty fond of him I just don't want him to suffer.