Quote:She is feed organic feed - open pollinated corn, oats, spelt, roasted soybean, kelp, calcium, poultry mineral mix, molassas. Access to 6000 sq feet of pasture with clover, weeds, grass, white pines, dog woods, 2 pin oaks, mulbery and a black walnut. All of the trees are under 7 feet tall. No walnuts yet. Your rght about if she is really blind or something else. I figure she is blind because I can put my hand in front of her as she walk and she will pump in to it. When she is stabbing at the ground for clover I can put my hand under her and she will bite my hand. I can put my finger right next to her eye and she wont move until a touch her feather around her eye. I'll try to find a vet, maybe I will get lucky. your state should have a 'state vet' - - they are generally versed in poultry and/or know other vets who know about poultry. the rates are typically affordable. i don't really believe in luck, so i'll wish you, and the chicken, well instead. good energy coming your way. you're being active and trying to find answers - - that's a check mark in the positive column. especially for your chicken.