Hello, I have a barred rock pullet that twists its head back and to the right. I've done a bit of research, read about newcastle but there is no respiratory problems in the flock at all. I have the twisted neck one in my kitchen. Please help right away! Does not seem to be in any pain. Crop seemed a bit small and hard and during that time the chicken frequently would almost seem to "convulse" into this twisted position. Maybe it is crop related. It does not want water but it ate an entire cooked egg and half a teaspoon of yogurt. The symptoms have decreased but still, she is roosting on the "wall" of the hospital with her head slightly to the right. Aside from this symptom, everything else seems normal. I have 19 chickens in this coop, i think this one was fine all day, maybe dust bathing. possible it has disaligned itself? I am a chiropractor believer for myself, but I cant really take a chicken there. is there something i could do? it seems very stressed (before) but not sick. Now she is sleeping, roosting on the edge of the box, her head slightly to the right. THIS MORNING she seems quite better. She is able to move her head around and she is eating more egg and yogurt. She is not wheezy, has no discharge. The only strange thing is that sometimes she has her beak open a bit, and appears to slightly pant. She stretches her neck and does that yawn thing. All night her stool was solid, this morning she had 2 that were runny. Her crop mostly emptied over night but it seems hard and fibrous, about the size of a cherry tomato. She does not want water. Any thoughts?