So one of my four new poults (first time hatching and earlier than expected!!) has a leg issue. It's not splayed legs (where he looks like he's doing a full split), but rather sort of looks like the opposite - where his legs seemed scissored out too far apart. He can't really walk, more like pile-drives himself through the cedar shavings and frequently tips over. He's learning how to right himself better though and he's otherwise fine! And he was more slow to learn, but he is eating and drinking. Also - even though the leg has issues, it seems strong and he does push off with it. I tried to do the recommended treatment for splayed legs but it only seemed to impede him worse and a friend of mine (who raises turkeys) said that wouldn't work for his leg issue. So - please, is there anything I can do?? I tried to hold him in the correct position to try to get it to "set" right.. but the back leg often shakes when he's laying on it so I stopped that. Started thinking, maybe staying OFF it would help? I saw something about a "chick chair" where they're in a sling and their legs just hang down under them. I am willing to try anything and put the time into him. He also sort of uses my hand as a sling... he always shoves himself onto it and leaves his back leg lightly touching the ground. Anyone??