I came home today and one of the new chicks in the brooder had obvious spradle legs. She cannot stand, and was just flopping around sadly. All the other chicks were walking on her, and she didn't seem able to get to food or water. So I pulled her out, did the bandaid thing to her legs, offered her food and water, which she accepted enthusiastically. Now, this chick was absolutely fine until today. She is 1 week old today. She came from McMurray through the mail fine and hasn't had any problems. She still cannot stand, even with the taped legs. I put her back in the brooder, and she continues to flop helplessly and cannot get to the food or water, and the other chicks walk all over her. I've had other spraddle legs chicks before, but those were ones that arrived through the mail in that condition, and even with treatment, they never survived. This is the first one I've had that developed it after it had been fine for a week. The chicks are on wood shavings, about 2 inches worth, in their box. So, can I do anything else for this chick? Is it just going to die anyway? Should I make up a sick box for it, or leave it with the others? How often should I offer food and water? Thanks for the help. I really didn't want to lose this one since it is one of my hens that I got with a batch of meat birds. I'm always partial to the hens.