We have a week old Easter Egger that we got from the feed store. She is smaller than the others we got her with, but she is getting feathers and is not skinny, just small. [FONT=arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif]After we got her, she got pasty, but not particularly badly. I have had to clean it off more than once. Her vent was swollen and a little distended looking and the other chicks were trying to poke at her. We put in a red light instead of white and I put blue on her bottom. She is pooping and is not pasty. Now she seems kind of slow. I last cleaned her bottom the evening before last. [/FONT] [FONT=arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif]She seems to be eating and drinking. They are on medicated chick starter and we have a mypetchicken bucket waterer for them. They are in a crate that we turned into a brooder, with pellet bedding. [/FONT] [FONT=arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif]None of the other girls are acting sick or injured. [/FONT] [FONT=arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif]Taking her to a vet is not an option, but we are definitely willing to try and nurse her through it. [/FONT] [FONT=arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif]My husband says it looks like maybe a broken leg, like she is limping. She is kind of sitting back on her bottom and off balance, but not in a way that seems neurological. She is trying to sit back against our hands or the wall of the brooder. It's almost like she is in reverse, except that she can and does go forward, but doesn't stand on her own, she sits back. [/FONT] She is the little brown girl with the stripe down her back. The black one is an australorp that we purchased at the same time. The buff orpington and the golden sex link to the right are a little older. It's a little hard to tell what you're looking at here, but her vent is not pasty. I took a picture of her legs from below and the next picture shows how she is standing.