12 days ago, my hen decided she didn't want to sit on her eggs anymore, and I collected them all, to find that out of 4 eggs, one was a viable egg (candling). I incubated it, and it hatched 34 hours ago. Now baby is in the brooder, meandering about, cheeping, eating, drinking.... But I am curious, at what age do babies lose their "sea legs". This one still has slight troubles with walking normally... for some reason I always thought babies were able to walk around properly, running around from like, a few hours old. Perhaps thats not the case? The only chicks I've ever hatched before I bought at the pet shop at a young age (still tiny chicks with no feathers, just fluff) but I don't know how old they were. But now, I don't entirely know what I'm doing, apart from making sure babies cage is cleaned, it has a constant food supply of chick start, and plenty of water. Should I be attempting to give greens at this early an age? Grass and stuffs, or no? Just need some general help! Thank-you! All advice taken kindly!