Yesterday we noticed one of our P RIR free-range roosters, Brownie, standing around, and bending his neck strangely. (Ignore bald spots- he's molting.) We don't believe his neck is broken, but, it is very bent at an odd angle, and he does not want to straighten it, although he can move his head on his own, occasionally somewhat up and down, and a bit side to side. Maybe a sprain, or dislocated vertebrae? It seems like there's a bulge at the bend area, possibly. He doesn't like it when we touch him on the bent area. He has the desire to eat and drink, but prefers to not lift his head. He eats delicately, and has been slumbering on and off. I have helped him lift his head when eating or drinking, but he returns it back to this downward position. His crop is soft with a little food in it, and some liquid. His poo looks runny (it has been hot here), and is mostly whitish. It's definitely off I think. Could this be Cocci, wry neck/ crook neck, a fracture or sprain or something else? Is there anything we can do for him? Please advice. Here he wason the roost some time ago. He's a sweet, charming little guy, who gives hugs, so it would be a shame to have to put him down if we don't need to. Thanks!