Hi everyone. I'm new here - never used a forum before in my life so I have no idea what I'm doing really but I have a question regarding my 2 year old bantam hen. So my little hen started going all wobbly about 4 weeks ago. Before that she seemed to loose the sight in one eye and she had a little scratch under her eye so I thought she was wobbly as she was a bit off balance but the sight seems to have come back but the wobbling stayed. Then I thought she had just hurt her leg and kept a close eye on her but over the last few days she's begun to wobble even more. She's alert, eating, drinking, dust bathing, hanging out with the rest of the flock and generally doing what chickens do - apart from the wobble. No sour crop, no egg laying issues, shes poo-ing normally, no lice, she's been wormed. I haven't isolated her as I'm pretty sure this is not a disease thing, it's been 4 weeks now and all my other chickens are well and healthy, also I figured that as I haven't isolated her so far, doing so now would be like shutting the door after the horse has bolted. I know lots of you are going to be thinking "Mareks" but my gut tells me this isn't it. She's not showing any signs of being unwell, or in pain or otherwise. Hopefully I have attached a short video of her here for you to see. I feed all my hens on Verm-X layers pellets with a handful of mixes seeds and corn in the afternoons and the odd treat once a week of oats with natural yogurt or tuna. I use wood chippings for their bedding which I change out once a week and I put DE in their bedding and in their dust bath. I put apple cider vinegar and oregano drops in their water. I rescued this little hen and her mother when she was a pullet as they just turned up in my garden one morning looking lost. (I know they're mother and daughter because one of my neighbours said that the mother had made a nest in her shed and hatched some chicks but this is the only one that survived but she didn't know where they came from so I took them in) I have no idea of their history or how old the mother is. I'm thinking this maybe a neurological thing but would like some opinions please.