5/19 UPDATE: All is ok for now, EE are no longer shaking...possibly the hay? That was a real scare but thank god its going good for now!!! Ok, well now my two EE are shaking thier heads fast. Started earlier today with just one now the other has started. They are two weeks old with two one week olds in one cage. I put the two EE outside yesterday as it was perfect weather, maybe I should not have. They are the two who have started the head shaking non stop. I saw them nibble a little but dont watch them every second so dont know how much they are eating. I tried to figure out the "crop" thing some have said with head shaking but didnt notice a lump or anything. The one who started first head shaking has runnier poop, the others poop is fine. So what am I doing wrong and how can I fix it? Maybe someone else has had this problem. Please help, should I separate them from the two younger ones? ***updated this, think i should be doing it this way instead of creating another post, unsure....anyhow, the two black austrolorps chest bone you can feel pretty well? are they sick too? gosh i wish i knew more about what is normal and what is not. i thought they were supposed to be full there. that front bone under neck on chest in front is boney. they do eat, they usually follow the bigger ones around and eat and drink when they do....or maybe this should be a separate post? EE as of this morning did not see shaking heads convulsively, I removed hay last night I think around 6 pm. I actually removed it not thinking it was harming them. It was bothering me, the hay smell I think was giving some sort of head ache so I took it out for that reason but maybe thats the cause of the head shaking. I will be gone for a while today so I cant see them again for severel hours but hopefully thats all the problem was.