I have a Plymouth Barred Rock chick, along with 7 others. One day, when she was 2 weeks old I noticed my PBR was tilting her head, looking directly up with one eye. It is called "star-gazing" I believe. I did some reading, and started crushing Vitamin-B complex 50 vitamins, thinking it's a B1 deficiency. A few days later, and it had stopped, she was acting normal again. At 5 weeks old, I walked over and she didn't move, she laid there with her head resting on her back. When I reached down to touch her, she went into a violent seizure, summersaulting backwards, rolling around all twisted up and contorted. As soon as she stopped I grabbed her and put her in a box. She sat with her head upside down, twisted, underneath her, with her eyes closed and breathing heavily. She did not eat or move for an entire day, and would go into seizures when touched. I started putting her beak in a bottle-cap filled with yogurt, and would force her beak into until her tongue moved slowly. On day 3, I bought infant vitamin drops (Vim Mi Sil), Selenium tablets, vitamin-e capsules, anti-inflammatory pills (ibu profen), and a bottle of G2 Gatorade. I started mixing the ingredients (4 drops of infamil, quarter crushed 50 mg selenium, quarter of a ibu profen capsul, a full vitamin e capsule squirted in) into yogurt and force feeding her. On day 4, she would try to move but would seizure out. But since she was trying I mixed the ingredients with chick starter, making almost a soup in a bottle cap. On day 5, her comb was completely flat and bright pink (not good), and she would scream when she crapped, it would shoot out. On day 6, she really tried to eat, moving her beak slowly, while I kept her neck untangled, which prevented seizures. On day 7, she was standing for short periods trying to eat. On day 8, she was eating about two tablespoons of the mixture a day, along with a few forced sips of Gatorade. On day 9, she was walking, with her head tilted though. On day 10, she was eating the mixture like a pig. Day 11, walking almost normally, slowly with lack of balance. Day 12 introduced back into pen with 7 other pullets. Day 25ish, you would not be able to tell any of the chicks have had any problems. Most people would cull right away, but with 20 minutes a day, you can revive your chicken from near death. If they have the fight to survive through it, give them the chance. I hope this can help someone that runs into this same problem. By the way, I believe the wry neck was neurological, caused by a head trauma.