We started with 51 chicks of which 8 were salmon faverolles. Two apparently had failure to thrive and were culled on day four. So... I need to add the disclaimer that we are no paranoid with the remaining 49! With that being said...here is the problem (?). One of the remaining salmon faverolles is acting lethargic. She sleep a lot but will run with the others if we scare them (opening their brooder, for example). She walk fine until she lifts her wings, which I think are throwing her off balance. Her wings are feathering faster than her little body, so now her flight feathers are slightly beyond her rear-end. Her wings seems fine...no injuries, etc. But, if she is relaxing, she lets them drop a little. Are her wings feathering too quickly and getting a little heavy for her to keep held up or is something else wrong? I took her out to give her some sugar water and vitamins and she drank so fast she almost choked! I separated her just to be safe... she is in with two other chicks (one with an injured toe, the other with a mildly herniated vent). She'll chirp loud, walk around some, drink....haven't seen her eat much though, but I may just be missing it. She just wants to sleep a lot! Maybe she is just a really calm chick? (hoping) ETA: She is 8 days old.