Ok, so I wanted you to read the post, so I said she was depressed. I guess its more like she is lazy? sad? sick? I have 20 little chicks that are 2 weeks old. Last week I started letting them outside into the outside playpen, so they can eat clover and dust bath in some dirt/sand, they LOVE IT. Its so fun to watch them, so much activity. They do it for about 2 hours each afternoon 4-6 pm. Everyone buzzes around, eating, chasing, pecking, bathing, perching...Except "pee wee". Pee wee is one of the smallest (there is one other her size). She looked maybe 1-2 days younger than most of the rest when I picked them up. I only started noticing this week that during outside time (which is the only time that i sit there and just watch them for 15 -20 minutes) that Peewee doesnt really move. She walks around and then picks a place to sit, randomly. Just sits. Like she is laying an egg. It may be right in the middle of the commotion. Other birds are stepping on her head, walking all over her. she just sits there. It was so bad the other day I picked her up and put her on the little roost (its about 7 inches off the ground)so she would stop getting trampled.. she stayed on the perch the whole 20 minutes i watched. I havent seen her eat or drink, but she must be. They have been out of the brooder and into the barn in their own area (with mama heating pad) for 3 days now. Today again, I noticed her laying in the hay, and when I went to pick her up she waddled, low to the ground, wings down, like she was going to the toilet and her pants were around her knees- like a real low waddle. So, I brought her inside the house, and she is in a cat crate with heat and straw and food and water. Her crop is empty. She is all alone yet she is not crying or cheeping at all. She looks totally normal and healthy, and when I try to pick her up she can stand up and walk normally. But then she lays right down again. Anyone have any ideas???????????? Its almost like she has been possessed by a lazy cat.