I have 10 nine day old Welsh Harlequin ducklings, nine of which are growing like kudzu, and one who is about half the size of everyone else. She seems perfectly healthy and active, just really small. This afternoon, after a swim (she is the bravest of all of them, and LOVES the water -- she'd apparently stay in indefinitely if I let her) she hopped out of the water basin and turned up just a moment later unsteady on her feet, tipping to one side like her leg was hurt. She got herself to the heat lamp with everyone else and I let her rest there and checked on her frequently. Later when everyone got up to eat, she was able to move around a bit better and get up onto the feeding platform, but she still favors one leg. I'm guessing she either got stepped on by one of her bigger siblings in the rush for the heat lamp after the swim, or she hurt it a bit as she got out of the basin, but wanted to get thoughts/advice to avoid my newbie observations from missing something important. So....do you think it's best to just watch and see if it continues to improve? I know with my chickens they can recover from practically any injury with a bit of rest, but this is my first time with ducks. I know ducks are more prone to leg injuries and issues -- they do get Brewer's yeast in their feed, and they are housed on shavings -- so if there's anything I should look out for, please let me know! Thanks!