Hi all - I have been all over the internet and finally coming to all of you for help. Here's symptoms: Diarrhea, Falling over forward when I try to have her stand. I saw her running one minute, thought she was chasing a moth - then next thing I saw was her flopping around - back forth and then a hefty flip - and then no movement. Next let me explain what I saw and how I got to this point... We bought a straight run of Buckeye Chicks (they were vaccinated) in March - we culled the males and had 9 healthy hens all laying and having a grand ole time in their pen areas and at least 4 times a week foraging with our Spanish Goats in the woods and pastures. So - yesterday, I shooed them out of the coop and pen areas a little early because we wanted to open main gates and do some work in that shed/coop area. So I made one get out of her nest. Not sure if she had laid the one in there or not - she wasnt happy but went with the Rooster and rest of girls to forage. Then I went to work doing what we were there to do and out of the corner of my eye saw one of the girls do the things I described above - I Do NOT know if it was the same gal I chased off or not. Also - as I was shooing the one hen out that I had kicked off the nest - our farm helper said, " hey that goat just swing its horns and head at her". He does that all the time - hes the resident wether and runs the place, he just lets em know to keep clear and has never tried to charge or hurt any chickens. I dont know if his horn clipped her - our helper wasnt sure - said it could have. So here's what I did yesterday. Isolated her, Brought her in garage in cage, gave her water and electrolites, dosed her with epsom salt water syringe (which she did drink) fed her oatmeal (just a little last night). Today I have dosed her again with epsom salts and water, gave her water with electolites, fed otameal and a little scambled egg with a little probios in it, some yogurt - AND - I gave her an epsom salt/warm water soaking bath (just in case she's egg bound). She does seem like she is pushing and raising tail. Ok - what else? Help - just not sure whats going on. Shes talking, alert, seem to enjoy the bath, shes eating, eyes look good, she uses her legs to push, can stand IF i hold her upright, if not she plops over...what am I missing? Any suggestions would be FANTASTIC!!!! Sorry its such a long explaination - but thought all the facts would help all of you experienced fellow chicky lovers.