My almost 4 month old bantam Buckeye was struggling a week ago, not acting normal, favoring her right side. I gave her some Poly-Visol and in the process she fell out of my hand and landed with a thud on her left side on the concrete. I kept her inside for a few days, and monitored her. She began improving and making her normal, happy, very quiet, little peeping sounds again. I put her back outside in an "isolation ward" and took her out this am to examine her. She has a definite frozen or broken wing. When I tried to pull it out she cried out in pain! The bone does not feel right. Now, I have the issue of culling her, which would be very difficult to do, attempting to remove the wing if I can find info on how to do that, or leaving her alone and see if she can compete and do fine with a permanently broken wing. And, no, there are no avian vets in the area. I know now, why she fell so hard, she could not move her wing to fly. She must have broken it during some rough play with her fellow pen mates. If anyone has experience they can lend, I would be grateful.