We got our order of 24 chicks (the brown egg layer assortment) this morning, and to our delight we had 25 health chicks in the box, and one with spraddle leg. The leg splays out behind the chick. I read up on it and and made a "bandaid splint" but no matter how I do it I can't quite get the leg line up so that the legs are perfectly parallel. The spraddle one twists slightly outward. The chick can now sit upright and is eating and drinking, but it seems to rest "perched" on the good leg. Should I go back and tape a divider/brace into place to hold the leg straight? It looks better but the chick gets knocked over by its less restrained hatch-mates. If I hold up the chick it looks perfectly aligned, it's when it goes to put weight that the outward twist develops.