I have new chicks that started hatching February 1st.. The last one to hatch was on February 4th.. All of them are basically the same size except for the youngest one.. It was not real strong from the beginning and I actually didn't think it was going to make it.. I ended up putting the next youngest chick in the incubator with it for a couple of days as a secondary brooder. By the second day, it was eating & drinking and acting like a normal chick so the next day I put them back in with the others. Now here we are a week and a half later.. The oldest ones are almost 2 weeks old.. most will be on Wed and Thurs this week. The little one is every bit as active as the rest.. it's feathering out like the others but hasn't really grown much at all. Here is a picture of one who looks similar, is 3 days old and about 3 times as big... Sorry it's a little blurry on one side... little buggers wouldn't stand still.. There weren't any bantams in the flock I got the eggs from and it was the same size as the others when it hatched... it just isn't growing at the same rate. It's feathering out at the same rate as the others and acts just fine... Is it possible for a bantam size to come from LF parents? Any ideas?