Hi, one of my hens Carol, a almost year and 1/2 old silkie started becoming very lethargic. She wouldn't eat or drink and would just have her eyes closed which sounded like cocciodisis. We took her to the vet and they did a fecal flotation test and checked her out. Nothing showed up in the fecal flotation test. He gave us then some baytril for her to take orally. We gave her the baytril for a number of days and she wasn't getting any better. She started not being able to stand up and would keep backing up. She then started twisting her neck right. I started giving her sulmet and vitamins(polyvisol without iron) near the end of the baytril. She then started getting better and started to eat and drink by herself. She also started to walk around a bit and stopped moving her head to the right all the time. When she poos it's green. I then skipped the vitamins for a day and she started twisting her neck right again. I gave her some vitamins then at night. Then later today. She can still stand up and her neck is getting a little better again but it still twists right. So I thought that maybe this could be a vitamin e deficiency. Since silkies are prone to wry neck which can be caused by vitamin deficiencies. I am not sure though. Since her poo is green which I think is caused by digestive issues. Can a vitamin deficiency cause digestive issues? It's been about a week and 5 days since this started. Also she is keeping her eyes open now most of the time. What do you think this may be? All of the other hens are acting healthy.