I could sure use some advice. Right now I have a Polish Rooster who is maim (sp?) and has a healthy appetite and is drinking fine. He can't seem to use his legs, this is the 2nd chicken that ended up like this. They were hatched in May of this year. I have him in a small cage on our kitchen table with antibiotics in the water. He is using his wings to help him from falling over. I have to keep moving the water and feed so that he can eat and drink because his legs will not allow him to go to the water and feed. The 1st chicken (hen) that had this symptom, we finally put down. This is one of my favorite Roosters in our flock and I'm really worried. I am also worried that what ever he has may have affected others in our flock, just no symptoms as of yet. We did spray their houses with liquid seven because I know mites can break down their immune system and cause illness. I just wanted to check to see if anyone had any ideas of what this could actually be caused from. Ideas on how to get the rooster back on his feet. The birds were free ranging, but slept in a pen/house at night. I'd be happy to answer questions to help you help me (*smile*). Thanks in advance for any help/ideas!!