Congrats on your chicks @silkienrescues ! I hope you are feeling better too!
I hope any incubating eggs are doing well! Turns out only one of my duck eggs was fertile! I am tempted to take that one egg out of the incubator because one duck is no fun. Most of the eggs were from my girls that live in the chicken coop so I have been letting them out more to make sure some fertilizing happens!
I have had a crazy week or so with my wry neck babies and all the other stuff I had going on. One looks totally better and the other looks pretty darn good now. It was strange, I had put them together in a different brooder and the showgirl looked terrible after a couple days and one night it was was peeping so loudly I didn't think I could take it, so I thought I would put it back in it's original brooder and hope that would help. It immediately went from having its head between its legs 95% of the time to running around and eating like a normal chick. I was shocked. It took another couple of days but now its neck looks totally normal.
After that, the porcelain chick started to go downhill but didn't seem better when I put her back in her brooder but then yesterday I decided to leave her in there and she is looking really good today. I am happy because I think she is a pullet and I really wanted her to pull through. Whenever I have a chick that doesn't make it, I tell myself it was a rooster and that makes me feel better, but it doesn't work if I really think it's a pullet.
So I guess after some treatment, they just needed the companionship of their friends to get better : )
I used the poly vi sol vitamins without iron that I had to go to 4 places to find and turmeric tea which is apparently great for people and chickens!