I've got one chick with a weird leg position. It's only one leg and it's usually stretched out in front of the chick - not to the side. I've seen photos of spraddle leg chicks and it's not that. The leg is not injured. The chick does not act like it's in pain. I can't see an obvious deformity. It's almost as if the tendons are too tight for the bird to get the leg under it's body. It's now a week old and it gets around, but it looks strange, usually falls down and is peeping more than the other chicks. It was born this way. It couldn't stand up until I put a bandaid "hobble" on it. It still has the bandaid on it, but when it walks, it keeps the stretched-out leg in front all the time. There hasn't been any real improvement in a week, so I thought someone else may have experienced this and might have a way to improve the condition.