Don't worry, I've been breeding, hatching and showing fowl of all varieties for over 12 years. I've reared youngsters with a variety of disabilities (including blindness, splay legs, misaligned beaks etc) so am fully prepared, never lost one post-hatch yet!Please do a bit of research beforehand in case one of your chicks has a disability. We hatched some guinea fowl at home and one had a deformed leg. We had to make a splint for it. It took us too long to sort it out and it died because it could not stand and feed itself. It was heartbreaking but you can learn from our mistake. I used to breed zebra finches and one of those was born with a deformed leg, luckily it was ok but these things happen!