At almost two weeks of age my Partridge Cochin stopped standing up and is now walking on its hocks with her legs forward underneath her and both feet slightly turned outwards. Both legs are doing it and the toes are not curled. I have 4 pullets, all are doing great except her as of 1 week ago. All were on medicated/vitman packed chick started in a brooder with an inch and a half of pine shavings-no newspaper or hard surfaces. She wasn't one of the runty ones, in fact she was plump, growing great and running around -very active & seemed healthy until this happened. I am lost on what to do as none of the posts exactly relate to what she is going through (both legs straight in front, stands on hocks and no toes curled). I started immediately giving her two drops a day of the Poly Vi Sol infant liquid vitamins and pushing her tendons back in place with stretches daily. I even took her to an aviary vet on last Monday who said she is splayed legged and recommended trying chicken shoes and to come back on Thurs for the shoes....what! I doubted the vet's diagnoses/expertise and was thinking it was more likely a tendon issue.....aren't they two different problems? Anyway I took her to a different vet last Friday (she had been in a chick chair all week) who stabilized & taped her legs in the correct position, gave her a vitamin injection and said come back in 5-7 days for a re-bandaging. The vet said prognosis was not great, but I am hopefully. I keep visualizing her running around like normal. She is our first try at what we consider a "fancy" breed and I feel bad b/c she is actively eating, drinking and seems happy & has a little fight to her, but is severely disabled and can't live a normal life if the bandaging doesn't help. The vet said 2-3 weeks to see any improvement. It wasn't a fortune at the vet and the weekly re-tape is under $20. Anyone experience this before and have advice?