I hatched two goslings in the incubator. One is fine and healthy. The other one seems to have some sort of problem. She has a hard time controling her neck muscles, can't stand up, and falls over on her back, then waves her little feet and cries. She may be blind, but it is hard to tell. The other baby is very concerned about her, and hangs around her protecting her and sleeping on her. He screams if I take her away. Has anyone had a gosling like this improve? Is putting her down the only solution? I am so upset. A nice member of the Farm Life Forum said the following works with chicks. I called the vet and was told that no medicine has been approved for use with Geese, but only because no one has studied it, and I may as well give it a try since she most likely won't get better on her own. Does anyone else have any ideas on this? Have you tried "chicken medicine" on your waterfoul? Daily Dosage for Limbernecl/Crookneck in chickens: 400 IU of vitamin E (one human capsule) Selenium 50 micrograms (You may have to get a larger tablet and cut it in half or quarters) Crush the Selenium into a fine powder. Take the Vitamin E capsules a poke a hole in one end with a pin, then squeeze the luquid out into a tiny dish. Mix the powdered Seleium into the Vitamin E liquid using a wooden matchstick or something similar. Hold the chick in one hand, with the other scoop up a small amount of the mixture, pry open the chicks beak and place the mix inside the chicks beak, allowing it to swallow it on its own. Fed the chick the entire mixture. Do this once a day for 7 days.