18 out of 20 (mixed home raised) chicks hatched. 17 out of the 18 are healthy and fine. One chick I thought had splayed leg problems - so I braced/hobbled according to pic by pic directions- 2 days ago. Still no change. Hydrating with sugar water several times per day. (just to be certain, as I haven't witnessed drinking or eating) This chick tries to get up and ends up rolling over - or sitting on it's bum. Somehow manages to scoot/move over to heat or other areas...(when I am not watching of course) Vibrantly loud peeping protests when I check on the band-aid brace... and complains if I move him/her in the brooder. Other's bothered it a little until I took a suggestion from this forum for "toys".... I put a view pieces of mixed grass hay in there so now they seem to mess with that instead. The feet are fine - work, bend and flex fine. No curling. Problem seems to be higher up. 2 days ago when I first braced him/her with the bandaid, one hock was red and swollen. Now it appears to be the same size as the other one, but still a bit too red. Seems as if I could bring the hocks closer together they could get up..... Any suggestions? Thank you!!