I have a 2-and-a-half-week-old chick with a bad leg. We don't know if he was born that way or if he injured it because we didn't notice it until a couple of days after the hatch. Basically, one leg stretches out straight behind him or to the side. He can bend it and I've seen him get it underneath him, but he can't put any weight on it and he pretty much just drags it around the brooder. Other than that, he eats and drinks great, and the the others don't pick on him, so I have hesitated to cull him. But as they get bigger ... I don't know. He gets trampled over a lot. I'm starting to think he's a male because he already has a very prominent comb coming in. I was going to sell or give away most of my cockerels and I don't imagine anyone will want a young roo with a completely useless leg. I think I know the answer to this but I'm too much of a softie. What is the quickest and most painless (for everyone) way to cull a chick?