Got a 16 week old pullet that has a very odd looking eyeball. The other eye is perfect. Speaking of perfect. That pullet is healthy, eating, drinking, pooping, absolutely no signs of illness. The only one displaying this very horrible looking eye amongst 20 others of her age. She began about a week ago with the eye seemingly becoming "pushed" towards the right side of the eyeball cavity. I had to go away for almost a week and hoped that she would be OK. She seems OK. The only thing wrong with this little gal is this most horribly deviated eye. Still eating well, etc. I do not suspect a disease, but then really, just do not know. I have put colloidal silver drops in her eye yesterday, hoping that something may be in it and it requires to be washed out. There appears to be yellow fibrous material on the left side of her eye, I am hoping this is not the insides of her brain or something awful like that. If you do not know what this is, please do not respond to this post and I prefer not to have either for sympthy posts. If you do know what this is, I would appreciate your input on your experience with what this may be. I am of course, suspecting the worse -- that it is a form of Marek's disease and the pullet will have to be put down. This is the first time poultry has been raised on this farm, since the middle of June, but that disease may have come from anywhere where I may have travelled over the past few months. But for now, still a healthy little girl with a bad eyeball. Have a wonderful day, CynthiaMQ.