I just had a real bad hatch, where 3 chicks had twisted toes and curled feet on both feet and the one with the worse feet also was splayed and could not stand. My father had to have emergency heart surgery out of town midway through incubation. The eggs were not turned during those 4 days which I believe caused the problem. If you look online there are a few sites that will tell you how to make a chick boots to straighten out bent toes and feet with pipe cleaners, as well as hobbles to bring together splayed legs. I just wanted to say please try this technique. Pipe cleaners are about 90 cents a pack and other than that you need tape and scissors. I won't go into details of the process as there are already very good how to examples, but just want to say I'm absolutely thrilled with the results. All three chicks are up and walking around, the stronger ones were very mobile immediately after and the one I would not have believe could possibly walk without some kind of expert veterinary intervention is up and and walking day two. I'm sooo glad I tried making chick boots, it really works. I can add a few extra tips that I found helpful. Have a heating pad warmed and ready to set your chick on while working on him as it will be stressful and you don't want him chilled. I also dipped the weakest chicks bill in sugar water before starting. Wrap your chick in a small terry hand towel with their feet sticking out, and tape the sides. I would also pre-cut twenty small thin pieces of tape to have ready while working on attaching the boots and precut extra boots before starting as you want a nice fit. You won't use all the tape and boots but it is hard to guess what size tape and boots you need until you start working, though I found thinner strips of tape more useful. I switched tape after starting and found invisible tape not sticky enough to do the job but got excellent results with masking tape for packages. I also used black and dark brown pipe stems as I heard other colors like red might encourage pecking.