I have been struggling with how to help one of our bantam babies who showed splay legs in her 4th week when her growth finally impacted her legs. I did not catch the slight wobbling early on. After a week of searching and googling and posting, someone here replied back to an email I sent them about helping an older splayed leg. They were able to get improvements in the 5 week old they hobbled! So I follwed their plan and will do this for 2-3 weeks in hope that she improves just enough to be able to get around enough. My question is, when nursing a chick that has limited movement, how often do they need to be hand fed etc? I have her alone with her BFF. So she is safe and has company. Perhaps she will get around better as she adapts to the hobbles, but right now she is not moving much and ends up in odd positions. I just put it on an hour ago. Any advice from experienced Florence Nightingales? This sweet little girl is the best patient. She just lays there when I work with her, even upside down.