Yes. This one was an assisted hatch. It bears weight on its legs with no resistance when I tried to move it into position. I can hold the feet into position and the check is able to hold itself up favors leaning to the right side.Is there resistance when you try to move the leg into the proper position? Spradle usually goes out to the sides. You can try the drinking glass lined with a paper towel to help strengthen the legs in the proper position, or a couple small rubber bands connecting both legs, for "physical therapy". Without seeing it I can't say for sure, but it could also be a leg deformity as well. Was it an assisted hatch by any chance?
If I bring it to water - yes. It has not shown interest in eating yet. When I’m at work I have it in a make shift cage in the brooder with the others to keep it safe but is unable to eat or drink without me bringing it food / water. The chick favors leaning towards the right and the right foot doesn’t alway lay flat.Well, it looks like it has a chance if you're willing to work with it. Is it able to eat and drink on it's own?