I had originally posted this in another forum but have decided that I might be able to find more answers here. I had a batch of chicks hatch on Monday. This was my best hatch yet (94%) but unfortunately 3 chicks were born with issues. One had a slipped tendon (which fortunately I was able to correct and the chick is now walking normally). Two were hatched with similar symptoms in which they had no balance and cannot stand with out leaning up against a wall. One of the two died the first night (but I believe it was because she could not walk and could not regulate her temp by moving into and out from under the brooder light). Symptoms: chick cannot stand unassisted; chick can walk while leaning up against the wall; chick always leans to the right; if the chick is laying on the ground she is able to get up into a "standing" (leaning up against the wall) position but really has to work to get there. It is important to note that the chick is eating, drinking, and pooping normally; in every other way the chick is acting appropriately. There is no star gazing, or neck twisting. The legs are very strong. Does not appear to be splayed leg. The chick is very alert. Does this sound neurological? Muscular dystrophy? Vitamin deficiency? I have been giving the chick Pedialite, Poli Vi Sol with no iron, and just added Vit B today. I am also feeding non-medicated food so it does not interfere with the vitamin absorption. Is there something I am doing wrong? Should I do something different? Has anyone had a similar experience? What did you do? What was the outcome? I also want it clear that these chicks are pets. We do eat the eggs, and I do breed my chickens, but if this chick survives it will not be used as breeding stock. I really want to do everything that I can to save this chick. I will put it down if it comes down to it, but I want to make sure that I give it every opportunity to live first. Thanks in advance.