Hello everyone! My hen is an ayam cemani and is about 18 weeks old. I got her when she was about two weeks. We named her Diggs since that was her favorite thing to do as a chick and was the first one to start digging. She's very sweet and cuddly, so I was worried when I noticed my sweet hen was staying in the nesting box instead of perching with her siblings(though her younger sister cuddled with her). She isn't acting sleepy or anything, but she wouldn't walk. We moved them into a new coop yesterday, which is when I discovered the problem. For some reason, one of her legs isn't working. I don't think she can control her toes on that foot. She's the only one who is like this. From what I can see, there doesn't seem to be any trauma, and when I felt the bones on each leg to compare, they seemed okay. Of course, bruising and such would be hard to see on her black feet. I think what may have happened was the work of a clumsy and inexperienced rooster. Her brother who is only a little older than her has recently begun trying to mate her and her sister who are still too young to lay eggs. I'm wondering if the rooster may have injured a tendon or something? She's a lot smaller than him, so maybe while trying to get away, she pulled something? I ended up staying with her to keep her brother off since she couldn't stand to escape him. She seems to try to use the leg but ends up falling. Often she tries using her wings to balance or support herself. She has been eating and drinking well, but her poop is green. As of now, we have her resting inside so her siblings don't further injure her. I cuddle her and keep her company so she doesn't get lonely. We can't afford a vet, so does anyone know of a way I can diagnose her and treat her here at home?