This is one of our Dominique chickens, she will be a year old in March 2016. In about October this year, it seemed like she started sleeping more, eyes closed all the time. Still ate and drank. In December, it seemed like she could not see so well, and started to stop roosting. Both eyes are swollen very large, there is zero discharge from her nose, or eyes, no terrible smell either. Her eyes are cloudy and a little wavy looking. She is just about completely blind at this point. If she gets spooked by the other chickens she runs until she finds a corner and tries to hide. They pick on her something fierce if she is off roost. We take her off roost and let her eat and drink every day and put her back on roost when she is done, she waits there for us every day. Seeking the protection of the roost from the other chickens. She acts very normal when we are in the coop watching her after we place her in front of the feeder and drinker. She even still tries to scratch the ground when she is eating. We have not given her any antibiotics yet, other than the very swollen eyes and not being able to see she has no other symptoms, and seems very healthy other than that she cant see. She eats and drinks till her crop is full then chirps a bit to signal for us to put her on roost for another 24 hours. I called a vet tech service they possibly suggested cataracts (which they said is very rare) or corneal lesions? How do we fix corneal lesions if that's it? Any thoughts? or do we put her down? It does not look like there is physical damage to her eyes as if another chicken pecked them.