Hi everyone. So the other night an opossum started attacking a few of the hens who sleep outside. We came out in time to scare him off, but one girl was left injured. She seemed to have a lot of fight left in her, so we isolated her, cleaned the injuries, sprayed on some blue-kote, etc. She was definitely depressed and we had to give her water through a dropper since she seemed to have a small piece of her beak cracked. She suffered a long gash across her back, pulled feathers from an area about 3 square inches, as well as a gash on the top of her head... So that happened Monday night and today, Saturday, we got up to find she's developing wry neck. Since she hasn't been eating well, we're wondering if it could be vitamin deficienty (although before the incident, we fed her normal layer crumbles so she should have had pretty good nutrition up until the injury). The other possibility is her head injury. It's hard to tell how bad the gash is, but do you think it wouldn've taken this long (5 days) to develop wry neck from that? We're thinking if she makes it until tomorrow we'll start treating w/ vitamin E. Today we started getting her to drink some vitamins & electrolytes mix from Tractor Supply. We also gave her some antibiotics in her water and were able to get some yogurt in her. Any other advice of what to try? What do you think is the cause of her wry neck - vitamins (from not eating much these past 5 days) or the head injury? BTW, she's a standard Russian Orloff. Thanks for any info., encouragement or advice! Do you think she has any chance of recovery?