Well, I do believe my chicken has epilepsy I didn't even know prior to today that chickens could even have epilepsy... but mine does. I have had my EE, Muffy, for about a year and she was about laying age when we got her, so about a year and a half old. in the past month I've gone into the coop a few times to find Muffy on the ground and she would proceed to have a seizure. So I would take her to the basement and kept her in a controlled environment(temp, light, etc.) for the night. I wasn't sure of the cause of these attacks, but today she was in the middle of the run flailing around in the dark and I decided it was "time." for what? I wasn't sure. so I just watced her for about an hour, and lo and behold, nothing happened. So, giving up, I turned out the lights and heard "flap, flap, flap" so I turned the lights on and moved her head forward which, amazingly, stopped the attack! So I had a lead, and I went and got my video camera so I could put a video on here I am aware that this is not, in any way, good for the bird, and probably hurts her a lot. I did not do this for enjoyment, but to have something to get a better diagnosis and learn to help her! So i took the video and shined a flashlight in her eye and let her continue only long enough as necessary. (some may find this graphic) PS: that is food on the newspaper, not poop. I'll try to make the video better quality (not take a new video tomorrow. I'm going to bed in a few minutes) Freaky, huh?