Good Morning everyone. I just got a batch of slow growing broilers and some deleware chicks. They were fine when I got them home and the next am. We went out for the day and I notice when I got home that one of them looked like it had its head on backwards. So I did some reading and found out its probably wry neck and that I need to help it eat and get some vitamin E in him. I will get some selenium for it later today since I don't have any. But my question is.... How do I feed it and make sure it is getting enough until the vitamin E works? I made a mash and tried to get it to eat some off a spoon but it didn't seem like he got a lot. I tried opening his beak and smooshing some mash in there and he smooshed it right back out of his mouth. I did the whole rubbing the throat thing and I think it swallowed some. It will drink some water from the syringe so it's getting some fluids. I realize I may wind up having to euthanize him.... And his ultimate purpose is for meat so at some point I will be sacking him but I would like to give him a chance.