When I went out to feed everyone this morning I noticed my 6-8 wk old silkie chick was lethargic. I picked her up and she started stretching upwards and laying her head back on her back. I brought her in the house and have managed to get some vitamin/electrolyte water in her. Her actions remind me of when I had a day old foal with colic, it would stretch and throw it's head back because of the pain. Her crop is not full. I think I feel a lump in her neck, but it could be just her neck bone because of the way she's holding her head. Kinda like a duck, with her breast sicking out and her neck folded between her shoulder blades. Right now I have her propped up in a towel, she is almost perpendicular, but that is how she seems most comfortable. Could this be wry neck? She doesn't seem to have any of the typical symptoms of that, except her balance is off, especially when she's trying to stretch up and back. She falls to the side and has to catch herself with her wing. I don't have any vitamin E/selenium, but the lady I bought her from does, if anybody thinks that may help. Here is a video of what she's doing. (Keep in mind, she may be a he, too young to tell, just wishful thinking on my part) If anyone has ever seen anything like this or has any suggestions, please let me know! I've been reading since this morning but can't seem to find any posts with similar behavior. Thanks in advance!!