I am hatching my first batch of chicks ever. 3 hatched perfectly normal then I mistakenly lost track of the humidity. One started hatching but the low humidity must have already taken its toll. It managed to break a good amount of the shell but the membrane was still stuck around it with a small hole with its beak out breathing. After 48 hours with it pretty much in the same position I took some tweezers and gently peeled back some of the dry membrane just enough for it to break out on its own. The results is kind of what you see here. It appears to have some sort of wry neck, spraddle leg, crooked toes, just low overall tone and body control. I put it in the Hatchery with the other chicks and they basically abused it so I put it in its own little Hatchery with a heater. It still is not thriving and the only way it will eat is if I give it sugar water from a dropper. I'm not an expert but I don't know how much more I can do for this chick. Does anyone have any more suggestions?