This chick hatched about 10 days ago in our incubator along with some other chicks. It pipped from the wrong end (the small end) of the egg, but managed to free itself from the shell. After it hatched, it was apparent there was something a little wrong with it. It wasn't standing up and walking around but would lay on its side and scoot around. After the other chicks were taken to the brooder, I worked with this chick to get on its feet, walking around, eating and drinking. I really wasn't expecting it to survive more than a few days. But, it is hanging in there so I thought I would get another opinion on what I should do. The eye on one side was white and glazed over at hatch and still remains that way. It gets a little crusty from constantly watering, which I have to clean up with a baby wipe. I don't know if it is because of the eye or another issue, but it's head is also turned to one side. I can straighten the neck out, but the chick acts like it bother it when I do that but not in pain. Other than that, it acts, eats & drinks, and poos like a normal chick. It is currently eating Southern States chick starter and has access to fresh water. No symptoms of disease or illness and in a brooder box of 8 other chicks. Is there anything I can do to correct this problem or is it something that it will have to learn to adapt to? I have uploaded pictures on Photobucket for you to see. Once my Golden Feather Membership kicks back in, I'll post some on this thread as well.