First time chicken keeper, just got my first batch of chicks today from Cackle hatchery, 30 live bantams. All seem well, except one. Immediately when we started placing them in the brooder we noticed it was having trouble standing. Specifically, it rests on its right leg with its left leg sticking out sideways. Sound like splayed leg or a tendon slip? I felt up both legs with thumb and index finger, didn't feel like anything was out of place or like a rubber band. So I went with splayed legs, and put a small bandage to bind the two legs parallel as instructions say. Well, in doing this by myself it wasn't quite parallel. I returned it to it's mates, only now it quickly loses its balance and rolls on its side/back, and can't right itself. This was about 6 hours ago. I've since cut the bandaid, as it can't even stand, and now it can at least do that again. To top it off, this one seems to be smaller than the rest, and I'm not certain it fully developed at its eyes are almost always closed, and I've only seen one open very briefly a couple of times. I try doing its beak in the water, but I don't think it's drinking. And it's definitely not eating the crumble or soupy crumble I mixed. Any suggestions? Brooder is adequately heated and sized, pine shavings with paper towels on top. Water with ACV, chick starter crumble unmedicated.