1. OneLuckeyWife

    OneLuckeyWife Songster

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    D367FC89-EE37-4F7F-A20E-0829C0248C32.jpeg 1CD6F8B5-5A8C-4BA2-A2F6-B5DDC124BF83.jpeg 84DA45E2-C565-4B31-B0E2-194894777B87.jpeg B729958B-245F-444D-8BEF-C3F0B37C9EA4.jpeg 28008080-E83D-4697-8F63-B0B260DCF42B.jpeg 90B0B0E8-A640-4905-A16E-D61BDDF1CB84.jpeg 9D4DB0FB-293F-4F22-A32E-6A937E3AD6BB.jpeg 9017ED2C-025A-4A75-ADC4-A5D1BDEB56A6.jpeg BE85DA0A-CE9F-42CD-900C-DAFE60471DDF.jpeg Yeti has a crook in her neck. She can eat and drink no problem. Likes her neck rubbed.

    She can move it like a owl almost. Sometimes it looks like she holding her neck straight but then it goes crooked again.

    Main Question is will she die? Or can she live like this?
     
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  2. MissNutmeg

    MissNutmeg Crossing the Road

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    I have a cockerel who is acting exactly like that! Hes been that way for a few weeks now and is still eating and drinking. I have no idea what may be wrong, sorry.
     
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  3. OneLuckeyWife

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    I was asking what gender she is earlier and someone said that she may have wry neck. I looked it up and it said that they won’t be able to eat or drink.

    Yeti eats and drinks normally so I’m thinking it’s just a crook in her neck like people get. She had been standing under a light for a long time with her head tilted and today it’s all werid looking.

    I read that if it is wry neck giving them vitamin e can fix it.
     
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    OneLuckeyWife Songster

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    I feed Yeti some spinach for a few days and she is back to normal now! I had a can of spinach in the pantry and I know it’s high in vitamin e. Totally, worked. She got really bad and the top of her head was pointing at the ground that’s when I started the spinach. I just gave a spoon full on top of the regular feed.
     
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