I've had them all(I think)molt over the summer and my last one is now naked. Unlike the others, she's blown 50% of her feathers. She has like 2 tail feathers, nothing on her butt, only a small stripe down the center of her chest, much of her head and neck feathers gone, and she has lost most of her wing feathers. There's so much gone on her wings that she can't get up to roost. I had to catch her in the coop and put her on the roost. She doesn't like being touched so she struggled to get free and did a header off the roost onto the floor. She's fine and even seems to have additional spunk to her today. This morning I saw her fighting with the rooster. They went at it for a while until I went out there and broke it up. She spent the rest of the day hiding under the wood shop. She came out about a half hour ago and the rooster went right for her and she got away when I blocked him. He kept trying to go after her as if she were a foreign invader. She had to hide among the flock of hens and every time he tried to even walk in her direction I blocked him and sent him the other way. Eventually he gave up and I just sat and watched them all for a while. Everyone preened, but her. There's nothing left to groom. I see what I think are the new feathers coming in. She's a gold-laced Wyandotte and her new feathers look blue. She doesn't want to eat, but she is very alert and spunky. I assume it's just a normal molt, but it's getting cold at night. Will she be ok at night? She looks like she needs a sweater. LOL!