Hi everyone, Thanks to you all, this is my first post, mostly because I can usually find an answer to my newbie questions from your answers to others. But I'm stumped. I have 14 chickens (down from 15, lost one last week to a hawk strike). Except for my WCBP, they're all happy campers and very happy. My WCBP were being head pecked, and look like Friar Tucks. However, my WCBP rooster seems to have found his feet, and that little issue is resolving. Our flock free ranges, but does have a lovely big coop and yard. Two weeks ago this Thursday, one of our RIR, Miss Bree (VandiCamp), was found limping at night, and could not get on the roost. The next morning, she was worse. She can stand for moments, but then wobbles and falls on her head. She's obviously distressed when she falls. I have her in a box in the house during the night, and out in the sun in a dog crate during the day. She eats like a pig, poops (normal looking) like a pigeon, and seems happy as a lark (when she's sitting). But she holds one or the other of her legs behind her at times. I can't feel a break. She doesn't squawk when I feel her legs. She can curl her toes, although the right seems less strong and was colder at first, and her middle toe seems weak. I have read about slings and credit card boots and duct tape, and I'm just so confused about how to do those things. I have been treating her with a quiet location, TLC, a makeshift sling at times, arnica on her legs, and a diet supplemented by yogurt, fresh soft veggies, and tons of dried mealworms. She doesn't seem to drink enough. Could someone please point me to a sequential method to try and diagnose Miss Bree, and/or offer some suggestions? thanks.