Having posted earlier about a chick that shivered despite seeming not to be cold, I'm now very concerned that she may have avian encephalomyelitis. We brought six 1-day-old chicks home on Wednesday. (Today is Saturday). All have been eating, drinking, dashing about etc. One chick, however, has had persistent head/neck tremors. My research led me to the possibility of encephalomyelitis; we've now isolated her -- in a smaller box within the large box where the other chicks are. She is very unhappy (& so are we!), but we do not want to risk infecting the other chicks through her feces (which obviously could already have happened). She does NOT have the other symptoms described for encephalomyelitis -- dull eyes, loss of control of legs. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ELSE THAT COULD BE CAUSING THE TREMORS? And if she does have encephalomyelitis & by some miracle doesn't die from it, will it be safe to put her back with the other chicks? At what point? Any help will be greatly appreciated. We have had a few chickens for almost 2 years, but these are our first chicks. . . and this is heart-breaking. Thank you.