This is my first ever hatch, of mixed breed eggs, one arrived day 20 and 2 day 21 and they were up and bouncing about really quickly, knocking all the eggs over so took them into the brooder, and they are wonderful. The 4th had just hatched when we got home day 22 and a teeny weeny one, who's feet look too big. Last night when I came home it's still waddling about on his butt and we had a new one hatched. Today the new one was clearly spraddle legged. The other little one had not improved and just went round on its bum, we let it go, gently as per humane society suggestions. Hard decision but it didn't thrive and also had sex linked roo markings which mad decision easier, we definitely have already one roo. It didn't suffer. I did! So little blondie has a splint made from bandaid. I went looking for elastic bands and a straw but couldn't find any to buy, small town, Sunday evening. She's back in freshly sterilised incubator. I don't understand why in exact same conditions first 3 fine and thriving and last two got such problems. I'm truly hoping she's sorted. We popped her in a box under the brooder panel while we cleaned the incubator from 5 hatchings. The others tried to get in with her and she fought them all in off. She's strong. But my question is she's 3 days behind others who look huge now. Should another couple of days in incunpbator with splints be enough. Is there anything else I can do, she keeps trying to move around. Very worried.