I have a gold laced Polish hen (Laverne) who is nearly 8 months old. She has never laid (but none of her hatch mates have yet either I'm assuming short days of winter)
Yesterday I happened to be putting them in for the night and picked her up, she is skin, feathers, and bones. So,So thin. I immediately brought her up to the house and put her in the "chicken hospital". I have her some nutri- drench, fresh water and layer pellets. I feed a local, organic feed and organic scratch as a treat (handful a day for them in the morning) This morning I wormed her with Valbazen. She took some interest in the flock block for a bit but didn't walk away, just kind of stands there with her wings droopy and then Lays down. She was vaccinated for Mareks at hatch. No one else is having any issues. I'm not getting any eggs but short of that everyone came out of molt and is looking good. When I let her out of the dog crate today she left a big, liquidy poop- light green/ yellowish. More liquidy than normal chicken poop. Her eyes are clear, no respiratory symptoms of any kind. Waddles are red
Any ideas? She's a sweet bird and I want to help her if I can.