I am not sure if she had wry neck, or if she was just really injured from being trampled, but she stayed on that basket you see in the photo, with her little neck stretched out for about three days before I saw any real signs of life. I forced her to eat a little with a dropper, and I dropped some water on the tip of her beak. She stayed with me constantly. I discovered another trick after the first day. Bella need a friend with her. Since we had picked up several chicks that day, I moved Buffy, a buff orpington in with Bella to be her friend. As you can tell the first image was at my office. Slowly, she began to improve. I would scramble an egg every day to give her some extra protein. But, what appears to have made the biggest difference in her little life, was a combination of chick feed, in which I added a little warm water to create mash, and a dropper of Poly-Vi-Sol, and her new protector, Buffy. Now, I have since learned that the treatment for wry neck can be adding Vitamin E, which the Poly-Vi-Sol has. However, since I didn’t know for sure that this was what she had, I assume the vitamins either treated that, or strengthened her enough for her to begin eating on her own after a week.