have a very sweet speckled Sussex gen that has recently started being very wobbly and sleeps a lot carries her wings lower than normal. She eats drinks and preens like normal. But it seems she has trouble getting her siight lined up to first drink or eat And she does carry her head at times to one side almost like it hurts her. Her poo was runny at first but is normal after being on antibiotics for a day or so. She was pecked about the head a few weeks ago and lost some feathers on her head which are now starting to gone back. Her waddles are paler than the rest of the flock. I am wondering if this is neorological and if anything can help. She is really a sweetheart. When you first put her down she falls or stumbles a step or two befire she steady herself she wAlked kind of squatted and rests a lot as well as being very vocal. She prefers to eat sitting down. It appears to be something neurological.16%layer crumbles. The rest of the flock is eating the same thing. I had to pull her out of the flock as they were attacking her. She just does not seem to be able to move normally like her motor skills are not firing consistently! She suffered some pecking about the head around three weeks ago and starting exhibitin signs gradually worsening about a week after I discovered it. She preens eats and drinks fairly normal she just doesn't have any coordination and appears weak in her overall movements carries her wings low and walks in a stooped position. Sometimes she twists and holds her head funny.