Well I'm having a horrible hatch this time around. My only chick isn't looking so good. 2 of the eggs I incubated needed a lower humidity than the rest because their air cells weren't as developed because they were fresh. I figured I'd find a happy medium and that it'd all work out, but when it came to hatch, those 2 eggs ended up with air cells the size of a 14 day old egg. Well because of other problems, the only chick to hatch came from one of those eggs. It's belly is very soft and since humidity ran high for it, I assume it has mushy chick disease. It hatched sometime last night and it's naval is scabed over nicely. He doesn't smell and I don't think I see any signs of infection. He's just has a really soft belly. Is this Mushy chick disease? I thought there was always an infection? or could one still show up? can a chick survive it? Since he's the only one so far, I will do anything to save him. Now for his leg injury. He can't walk at all. His legs fly forward so that they are next to his beak and they fly up and down as he screams. If you don't understand what this looks like, I can try to post a picture later. His hocks are red and swollen because of how he's trying to walk, but they aren't ingured. I tryed to stand him up normally, but it didn't work. Any ideas for a brace? I've never seen a leg injury like this. I've delt with spraddle legs, curled toes, and dislocated achilles tendon but this is new to me. I wonder if his leg problems are because of his big mushy body. Once again, I'll do anything for this little guy. Any help would be greatly apprciated. Thanks!