Houdini, is one of our barred rock hens. She is also the one that had wry neck back in early August. We were able to nurse her back to health with the help of some great people here! Flash forward to last week...we noticed that she was holding her neck funny again so we isolated her for a few days and nursed her. Her neck was good and she was back with the flock in a matter of two days. I guess once they have wry neck they are more susceptible? Once we put her back with the flock, she seemed okay. No one bothered her but she did stick close to our rooster, Bob. One night, she accidentally got left out of the coop at night. We have a fully enclosed run (sides, top and bottom) that is predator proof. The hardware cloth is 2 foot deep in the ground around the perimeter and all hardware cloth that is stapled into the coop or run is secured again with 2 x 4s over it. So she was safe, but I sure felt bad when she met me at the run door Saturday morning. I picked her up and loved on her as she is always wanting to be picked up. So...now, when all the other hens and Bob go in the coop at night, she sits in the coop door so you can't close it. We literally have to pick her up and put her in the coop. She will no longer sit on the roosts with the other birds. She either roosts on the floor or in a low nesting box. She is eating and pooping just fine. He neck seems to be okay. Any ideas?