Ike is a cochin roo about 9 weeks old. Good eater and friendly until a couple days ago he "looked like he was picking at his feet", as described by my husband ... I was out of town. When I checked on him, he was tipped over (never too sure footed with big feathery feet), had his head tucked way down between his feet, was shaking/rolling his head. When I try to stand him he tucks and pushes backwards with his legs and falls. He also has an open/red area on his back leg and side of rump...I think from where his head/bill was hitting against him or from what he was pushed up against. I was clueless and scared. I bathed him in warm water with Dawn. Put hydrogen peroxide, followed by antibiotic ointment on the open area. Bound him in a towel with only his head out to keep him upright and pulled an antibiotic of my own (left over) from my medicine cabinet, crushed it in water and got some down him. He is in a separate box from his buddy, Tina. He made it through the night and day. A friend suggested Corid, which I started him on around 6:30 pm tonight. He's eating and drinking (but water seems to mostly roll back out), so I mix the food with it. I put it in Tina's water too. He still has all the symptoms above. Poop from the day looked pretty good. Anyone have any other ideas on what this may be or how to treat. He eats plain, un-medicated started feed.