Hello. This is my first post, so excuse me if this is in the wrong thread area. I'm currently worried about one straight-from-the-egg newborn. It's feet are curled like a fist, but the rest of the leg seems fine. We've had chicks before with leg problems (ones that have had curled toes but legs they couldn't stand on) all of them had passed no matter what we did. (Bandages and stints). Those chicks look like this: I can't find a picture to explain the fist-like structure of our newborn, But I'm extremely worried that when this chick dries, it will become like the picture above. I am also scared on how the chick lays. It doesn't pick up its' head and it's movement can only be described as "flinging" for to move around the incubator, he flings his body. I just wanted to know if this is normal for a newborn chick. And if it isn't, should we stint the leg when it is dry to heal the toes? I'm sorry if I am not explaining well enough, Please reply if you need more info! I will take a picture of our chick soon!