One of my goslings, only about a week and a half old, I went to check on them this morning and one was laying on it's back, legs splayed open. I turned it upright, it seemed to be able to get around ok, although with it's legs a little far apart walking. I did noticed redness around one of its eyes. I left it for a few minutes, and when I came back, it was back on its back...unable to turn itself over. In the book I have the only thing this resembles is Brooder Pneumonia, because of the redness around the eyes, but it doesn't appear to be gasping or having a hard time breathing or anything along those lines. Any suggestions at all here? I don't want to loose the gosling I if don't have to, but at the same time my book says to remove it to keep it from spreading if it is brooder pneumonia!