any help is very appreciated. I am so sad b/c one of my favorites, one of our plymouth barred rock hens is very sick. I first noticed a couple weeks ago, she had greenish poop dried up on her back side. So we took her in, cleaned her up and have been watching her. All was fine until 2 nites ago when I found her lethargic, and fluids draining from her beak. We got her inside, in the kitchen w/ a heat light. When I held her to put her in the cage, a yellow fluid started pouring from her mouth. A lot poured out and she was gagging. I called the vet and he didn't think pneumonia, he thought maybe a sinus infection? Has anyone else had any experience with something like this? I stayed home w/ her yesterday and gave her gatoraid, yogurt thinned w/ gatoraid, soft cat food thinned w/ gatoraid and some antibotic mixed in her water. She perked up a bit last night and ate a few bites of egg and drank gatoraid pretty good on her own. But today, I couldn't stay home and she seems back at square one. More of the nasty, stinky yellow stuff is coming out and I am wondering if this is a losing battle. 1. Stands in one place for hours 2. Eyes are closed, feathers are puffed out some. 3. When eyes are open the pupils are dilated most of the time. Sometimes she "comes back" and they go back to normal and she has interest in food, water. But then she shuts them again. She has eaten very little. 4. Is not really pooping at all. 5. Never did see any bloody poop. 6. Other 9 chickens have no symptoms. 7. Insulated 6 x 8 coop, well-ventilated, deep litter method, heated water change 2x daily, feed is layer pellets and scratch, - supplement with leftovers every other day or so. 8. Use 1 heat light while temp is under 32, added another when temp goes around 15 & under. Thanks for taking a look and helping my Esther.