Well, I've posted before about my silkie chicks that I got last year. I started with five; two blue or splash silkies, a black silkie, a gray or splash silkie, and a white splash silkie. Here's how the math went: 1 - Lifted off the ground by hawk and then dropped. Minus one blue silkie. 1 - Weaker than the rest, got trampled a few days ago. Minus one gray silkie. And then today I went down to let the birds out, and I found that the white splash silkie was on his/her haunches, stumbling about. It looked like s/he had been stepped on. Now I have her/him up at the house, and I don't know what to do. I'm not sure if it's crookneck or not; everything is functioning fine, but s/he doesn't seem to have working leg joints. I want to cure this as soon as possible, if at all possible. This has been a terrible winter. No more silkies, no more hens will die if I can help it. Though I could do with a few roosters disappearing in the night. Help!