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My white crested polish just went limp and died in my arms. She was a little lethargic yesterday but seamed just fine otherwise. I thought she was being broody she was sitting on another's egg since she hasn't layed any herself for over 6 months even though she was only 2 herself. I came over from work and she was sitting on the ground so I picked her up, she was fairly limp and tried to put her on her roosting bar. She started falling off so I grabbed her and her head went very limp. I held her for a second not sure what to do as she just kept going more limp. I set her down and she keeled over. I can't imagine what it was but should I worry about my other bird and chicks that are out there? They all seem fine. .sad.png
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Maybe she was impacted and couldnt lay any eggs this can cause death as far as I know hope this helps, or was this in winter time some hens just stop laying in winter time
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I wondered about that but she has layed since August maybe and seemed just fine until the day before yesterday.
Can they be impacted for that long? She still seemed healthy even after she stopped laying. Since I don't have them for the eggs just for pets I didn't think to worry about the eggs. I'm still fairly new to this I had the two for two years and just got 3 new chicks and baby's about a month ago. They are now outside so I just worry.
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