I have a 3 day old Ameraucana chick that needed assistance hatching on day 21 (just not strong enough to get out of the egg, the egg fell away when I helped it, yolk completely absorbed). It was completely down on it's hocks for the first day with crumpled toes. I now have it in a box on papertowels with another chick. It can stand up straight, but is very wobbly and staggers backwards when it loses it's balance. I have been giving it Poly vi sol morning and night and giving it water by dropper. I was hoping it would imitate that healthy chick eating and drinking, but it usually just pecks at the other chick while it eats. It follows the other chick a round pecking at it constantly. I read as much as I could find on BYC and some folks said that even though it's legs don't appear splayed that this is a form of splay leg and hobbles help. I'm really not sure whether or not to make hobbles for it. Also, how long would you give this chick to get strong? All the other chicks are in a grow out pen at the barn with a Broodie. Right now this chick would not be able to handle the scratched up mess that that group have created, it would end up buried in bedding. I certainly don't want to give up on it at 3 days, but not sure when I should if it comes to that. Thank you!