I finally decided that if my silkies where so determined to have babies they can just set and raise their own without me taking them, I wanted to try for a specific color that hatched before but didn't make it anyway. So I left them to their whims and had 4 broodies going at the same time! So now b/c I just let them alone two hatched late and no one knows who they belong to, and of course one is a lavender that I had hoped for Somehow I think these two hatched on eggs that had been left after the first babies hatched (kept telling myself chickens do this on their own all the time, let them be!) So the other chick must have gotten cold in the egg or something went wrong, however it has crook neck! Is there a possible cure for it? vitamins? splint? anything? it also has a slight scissor beak but I think it could survive if I can fix this crook neck... I would like to try and save it esp. since the loner lav needs a companion as I had to take it away b/c one of the mama hens pecked it so hard on it's back it was bleeding, so glad I caught it early! So please help if you can!!