Not sure what category to place this in, my apologies to any moderator who has to review this. We use a hanging feeder in the bantam pen, the gravity fed type. Yesterday we found one of our Silkie with her head stuck sideways under the lip of the storage cylinder. Frankly, we thought she was dead, given the outer lip forced her neck into a zig-zag. Thankfully, we're stubborn folks. So after carefully removing her head from the feeder, we brought her in and gave her palliative care: heat, sugar water and scrambled eggs. We left her inside overnight, tucked away safely in a laundry basket. This morning she's back to her old self. And the feeder has been removed. Has anyone else experienced this sort of injury? I'm trying to figure out how dangerous this stupid feeder is or conversely, how stupid Silkies can be!