We have some x-rocks at 5 weeks and one hen staggers like a drunken sailor. No trauma that I'm aware of. Still goes for the feed and water. Looks pathetic. Not the largest nor the smallest of birds. Have a male that showed up lame this morning. It appears they bedded down on him. Got him to eat and drink, but worried is someting hitting the small flock, or just the quirks of the X-Rocks? The other sixteen seem, fat, sloppy, and hungry. Raised the feeders to force them to stand while eating. Started letting them free-range in a 5X20' run to work on the legs. Limited feeding to twice a day so they eat all they want and some is left in the feeders for them to get dessert. They seem like en enigma to me. I've isolated the two together to prevent crush during the night, and the hen will dust and peck when out in the run. The male did neither. They are both a little small to process. Any ideas sor suggestions? We have some RIRs and barred rocks that do fine in adjacent lot and house. Also have WL pullets five weeks old, are they inherently skittish and stupid, or just indicative of the breed? Thanks, BB.