Help Please-- this is our 1st batch of Banties-- and My daughter is beside herself that we are losing this one!! All of our chicks are about 6 weeks old, feathering out and happy/healthy--- They are living in Daughters room in large box with pine shaving litter and newspaper that gets changed reguarly- They all eat/drink well...and are active/social etc.. We changed their feed about 5 days ago to a "medicated" feed... smells funny but they like it. They get grit and oatmeal with their feed, and a small daily "treat" like fresh corn or crickets... last night it was corn and small bits of dry bread (very small amounts!) This a.m around 5:00 Daughter woke me crying that she woke-up by thumping in the box-- and looked to find a white Silkie "Flopping around" under the waterer... When he saw her he struggled to come out--but the others started pecking him (they never have before!) He keeps tucking his head between his legs and violently thrashing his head-- then falls over and rolls around. I did notice that the silkies tend to tuck their heads down and thrash their heads (almost like preening) when aggrivated.... but this is WAY different. There has been no coughing/sneezing or nasal dischare whatsoever .... His eyes seem clear, not cloudy. Thought MAYBE epilepsy or hit his head trying to fly out of the box???? Want to be sure this isn't something that will spread to the others!!!!!!!! We Have him separated and quiet/comfortable-- has been picking up his head and chirping-- but then does the whole thing over again! HELP-- don't want to lose him/her!!