My 8 week old Welsummer chick has somehow come down with butulism - she was fine 2 days ago, yesterday she was unable to walk, today it has spread to her neck (limberneck). As I was giving an attempt at a molasses flush, we noticed a few of her feathers coming out (even a tail feather). I do have a thread I started when trying to diagnose her, but what I really need now is the correct treatment for a chick of this age. I mixed up a solution of molasses (1 tsp per 8 oz water), but do not know how much of that solution to give her at 1 time. So far, we've only given her 1 tsp full. How much do I give her and how often? Do I follow immeditately with electrolytes and vitamins - how often? I purchased epsom salts also, but I read somewhere that the molasses flush wouldn't be as hard on her system. Since she's this bad, which 1 should I start with? Is it okay to just flush with the molasses solution? My thread with her original pics (pics not updated - legs are now in front and neck is hanging): https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=417267 Edited to add: I gave her another 1/2 tsp of the molasses flush and then decided to go ahead and mix up some espom salts. I dissolved 1 tsp epsom salts into 1 oz warm water and gave her that mixture also. Was that a large enough dose for an 8 week old chick?