One of my new babies (hatched 05/24) began limping a few days ago. I've tried a few different things I've found on the forums, but have had no luck as of yet. Any help/advice will be greatly appreciated! The Details I can't find any evidence of a slipped tendon, though I'm not confident I'd know what to look for. I've been feeding her the rickets diet for three days now and have seen no improvement. In addition to the rickets diet, she has fresh water with poly-vi-sol (no iron) and eats organic chick starter from Coyote Creek Feed. I haven't been successful in giving her poly-vi-sol drops directly as she's particularly resistant and so delicate I don't want to hurt her. I also haven't been able to isolate her since she's with only one other chick (who's doing well) and I'm not sure how I could separate them while allowing them both access to the ecoglow warmer. She's quite active and gets around the brooder pretty well and with amazing speed given her limp. When she stands, her right foot touches the ground but she puts very little weight on it. She happily chirps and plays keep away when her buddy tries to snatch her food. In case it matters, she's a blue laced red wyandotte and about half the size of her buddy hatched at the same time. Pictures/Video Here are some pics of her legs as well as a video showing her limping.