I have a Appenzeller Spitzhauben chick that hatched on Friday (3/2) and could not walk because of curled toes. Right away we tried to fix his toes with light cardboard and bandaids - which seemed to help a little. Next day he was spraddle legged - so we put a hobble on him. The chick are on paper towel for footing. He mostly slept and tried to move a little. I've been feeding the chicks we hatched out a vitamin water for chicks with a little extra vitamin B. He has gotten worse - he now cannot lift his chest up and scoots a little on his belly with his feet under him. Is there any hope for him? Three hatched from the 10 eggs at lockdown. One hatched on day 20 - the strongest with no problems. #2 hatched on day 21 - curled feet and walking on elbows - this one responded to band-aid and hobble treatment, however doesn't have much bend at ankle and walks slightly on tips of toes (no real steady). #3 hatched on day 22 - quickest to hatch from pip to zip. #3 is the one I'm concerned about. Of the 7 other eggs no more hatched (5 had full grown chicks and had been rocking). Is there a genetic problem here? Were the parents of these chicks not fed a vitamin rich diet? Or because my incubator ran slightly low (98.5-99) did that cause the problem? Anyway, I wanted to know if there was anything more I can do for this little chick. I dip his beak in the water to drink 7-10 times a day.