Hey guys, I have a 6 month old cockerel that I am suspecting has a neck injury or inflammation of some sort-or both Tweek is a doll. One of those rare instances of a truly sweet boy. This morning I noticed that his balance seemed off and he seemed to be wobbly on particularly his left leg. I also noticed that he has his head drawn down so his beak is resting on his neck and he looks almost neckless. He doesn't want to be bumped into by any of the other chickens and squawks if one bumps into him. I brought him inside and he is in a large cat carrier. I gave him a dose of antibiotics just for cover, and wormed him while I was at it. Poop normal. He definitely has some sort of neural deficit though. Eating and drinking like a fiend, talking to me whenever I go into the shop where he is residing. I'm going to give him a quarter of a baby aspirin simply because he is a little guy for being a full blooded Buff O boy. Any thoughts? I was just out there and got him out of the carrier for awhile so he could stretch his legs. He is still unsteady on his feet and standing like a Flamingo does with his neck almost in backwards 'S'. He seems reluctant to stretch it out. I couldn't palpate any obvious injury with the exception of a little ventral side puffiness in one of the bends in his neck. I'm not sure if this qualifies as 'wry' neck but I can really sympathize with him. I have a broody nest and small pen that I am going to transfer him to this evening so he is in view of the rest of the flock. Besides aspirin and rooster booster that I'm going to put in his water what else can I do for him except wait this out?