My 9mth old pullet was just fine on Wednesday and Wednesday night when I locked them up for the night. When I let them out of coop yesterday, I noticed my sweet hen, Finn wasn't right at my heels. I went back in to the coop and she was behind the door and I first I thought she was dead and her neck was broken , because it was turned so oddly. I took her to the vet right then, in my pjs I may add, and the vet couldn't figure out what was wrong. Her head is completely upside down and she isn't standing. There wasn't anything in her ears, but he said her equilibrium was off and thats why she had her head upside down to make her feel upside right. They gave her some powerful antibiotics and watched her during the day. I brought her home last night and separated her from the flock for the night. I had my husband check this morning because I didn't have the heart to know she didn't make it through the night. But she did, However, her condition is still the same. I tried to hand feed and try to give her something to drink, but she isn't even interested. She has also layed a egg since I last checked on her. I have her in the house now, cause if this is the end, I don't want her out in the cold. Has this happened to anyone elses hens? I have a vet tech coming in a little while to let her go in peace, but if there is someone knows if I can fix this and how, please let me know. I love this hen, she is my favorite and the one in my avitar profile pic. Loving these sweet birds and going through these things are just not fair! Some details~ Hens and rooster are free range. Nothing in the yard that is fatal to eat. Eats organic fruits, vegetables and laying crumbles. Locked up at night and let out in mornings. My closes neighbor is a mile and a half away. Nothing new has changed.