I just went to check on our baby chicks and one of the Black Australorp chicks was sitting with her head and neck down between her feet. When I picked her up to check on her, her head curled completely underneath her and it was almost as if she had a seizure. I put her back down and let her set there for a few minutes and when I tried to pick her up again, she got up and ran around the brooder, then went back down in the same position. We now have her in a plastic tub in the house on a heating pad, but her symptoms seem to be remaining the same. The only thing that has changed today is the fact that I moved them to a bigger brooder in a section of the coop they will live in. Same aspen shavings and same feed and water. I did notice her crop seemed to be empty, but she doesn't act hungry and will not eat.