About a month ago, One of our 5 month old Barred Holland roosters (George) developed a case of Wry Neck. He seemed perfectly healthy the previous day. I removed him from the flock of 40 (about 20 boys and 20 girls) and he got better over the next week. After two weeks of separation, I returned him to the flock because none of the others seemed to be having any of the same issues and he seemed to be well. A few days ago, another Barred Holland rooster had Wry Neck in the morning and seemed to be fully recovered later that day. We didn't notice which one it was because it was too dark to tell, but we know that it wasn't George. They have been fed "Scratch and Peck" organic grower feed that includes Selenium and Vitaman E. They are currently housed in about a 1/3 acre chemical-free vineyard. Over the time of confinement, George became very friendly and seems to enjoy being pet and picked up. He also likes to follow us around. Before he got Wry Neck, he was fairly low in the pecking order, but after we returned him to the flock, he has been continually picked on by the other roosters more than he ever was. It has been getting so bad that yesterday, we separated him into his own little run within sight of the flock. We are building a small barn that will soon house the flock in separate small groups. We will be culling most of the current roosters that aren't up to the breed standard. We don't want to cull George if we don't have to because he has become so nice, but will if need be. What could have caused the Wry Neck? When the barn is finished, George can have his own area alone with some hens if we keep him. What should we do with him in the meantime? Thanks ahead of time for any replies!