I set about 14 silkie eggs and so far 4 beautiful chicks have hatched. First one was your typical uneventful hatch! Woo! So was the second! B15 and PNT16 however... PNT hatched out wonderfully but once dried up I noticed both feet have severe curling. He is a BIG chick in a little egg. He hatched fast with no yolk left and is very vibrant. I booted his feet but even before that he was flailing about as if he couldn't get his legs under him. I know he /can/ do it as when I set him up he walks about for a bit but when he gets off balance he reverts back to his flailing and 'land swimming' as I call it. PNT has access to electrolytes and Fermented chick starter. Brooder is at 95. His incubation was uneventful, I used "Dry incubation" this time around. I have seen others with this issue, and it seems to have cleared up over time/ Chick getting stronger? B15 is different. He was the first to pip. He got stuck in an odd pose, so he needed a touch of help to allow him to break the rest of the shell. He got Cold during this and I needed to heat him up. He also had a bit of red sticking out of his vent from when he hatched, what is it? and should I be worried about it? Or will it draw in/fall off?