I went out the other morning to check on my young pullets to find that one of them was laying on her side and being walked on. I have six of them in one of those chicken coops that's made for up to 6 adult birds until they are big enough to go in with the bigger birds in the large coop/run (there is plenty of room for them as they are still very young). I cleared the other birds off her and realized she wasn't getting up, so I immediately brought her inside and put her in my brooder with food and water. She has been eating, drinking, having normal excrements, chirping, basically being a normal chicken except she still cannot walk. She stretches her legs out straight to stretch out every once in a while, stretches her wings, she can move her legs and she curls her toes around my finger, etc., but in order for her to move to and from the water, feed, and just to get around she has been moving by pivoting side to side I guess is the easiest way to describe it. I'm not sure if this is a spinal issue, but if it was then wouldn't she not be able to move her legs at all? I just don't know if this is something that she just needs to have recovery time or if this is going to be a life long problem for her and she won't ever be able to walk? We don't have any avian vets anywhere close to us, so I'm looking for any suggestions on what I should do here. If it sounds like something that she can recovery from I just want to make her comfortable until she can recover, but if this is something that she isn't going to be able to recover from I don't want her to be in misery either, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!