I have three week old banties in the brooder right now. I noticed this morning that my smallest chick was really wobbling around, moving slowly, struggling to walk, etc. So I took her out and checked her, seemed fine, put her back in and kept watching, and thought maybe she had splayed legs (she was definitely struggling to get and keep her legs under her, and on a smooth surface like the table her legs were completely spread apart). So I've got her bandaged with a bandaid get up so she can walk but her legs are close together (from somewhere online...I had to get my mom to look it up since DH had the computer at work!). She's also isolated in her own little box under the lamp, with some food and water. She looked really poorly this afternoon, but in the last couple of hours has seemed to perk up. She's not really walking, but she's sleeping in a normal position now, as opposed to lolled over on her side. And she did eat when I refreshed her food. Could this be something other than splayed leg that I need to be aware of? Some sort of chick illness that manifests itself like this? Is this really old to develop splayed leg? Like I said, she's by far the smallest chick in the brooder, probably half the size of a couple of the chicks in with her. But she's always been on the same bedding as everyone else (wood chips), and hasn't been noticeably struggling until today. Thanks!