I was just thinking about how hard it would have been for my mom, raising pet chickens when I was a kid. Who in the world would a person talk to if suddenly their chickens head appeared to be on backwards? (as in the case of my wry neck barred rock, Rye) I was just about to have her culled and then I posted the situation and within a couple hours I had hopeful suggestions. She is not totally out of the woods but she is back with the flock, fighting for food, roost space or whatever. I also saved a day old chick with spraddle leg thanks to this site. ("Red") Not to mention all I have learned for future use should any other birds become injured or ill. What has this forum and the people on it done for you?