Hello I just wanted to share a success story. My wee girl a speckled bantam was around 10 weeks old when her legs suddenly collapsed under her. One leg shot out to the front and one to the side and she could really only lie on her belly and sometimes get up. we isolated her but she was still hungry and kept eating well. I fed her avocado and cheese high protein and oily food and tomatoes which she loved and kept her water fresh. After research I saw that Hypericum was good for chickens with this suspect disease so bought some tincture which wasn't correct that was like a brown fluid. After speaking the the nutropath she said put that on her feathers a few drops then she gave me some pistules of hypericum and Rhus Tox. One for viral herpetic treatment. I put the two pills in water which was filtered in two seperate vials. Wait until they dissolve. Just use a small shot glass and fill it up. Each day I held her and gave her 2-3 doses of each which she didn't like too much. By day 2 she was getting stronger By day 3 she was standing By day 4 I let her out she walked and was still wobbly By day 5 well on the mend then I just added the pills to her water. I let her out to play with her buddies so she could socialise I figured if they had the disease they would already have it and I thought that was more important for her to eat grass and scratch. Well now peanut is a feisty wee girl. I can't believe I nearly got her put down It's a victory. Another couple of things I did \ Bathed in epsom salt bath which is good for aching joints We also made a sling to put her in to take weight off her legs but that was bit weird!