Two days ago, I went down to visit the chooks and as always they all mashed themselves against their wire enclosure to see if I had food. I noticed Lola wasn't there, and when I went around the front she was asleep standing up. She normally slaps me in the face and doesn't like being carried, but she was all limpy and unresponsive. I separated her immediately. She had JUST laid her first egg three days ago. She was walking around and eating yesterday, but seemed dehydrated and lacking in energy. I thought because she was so reluctant to walk with her legs straightened, her neck seemed weak, and she appeared to have a sick tummy, I would try a bit of molasses water, which she drank about a tablespoon of, along with about a quarter or a third of a cup of fresh water. I gave her powerade today, and all she would deign to eat yesterday was hard boiled egg yolk, but today she wouldn't even eat that. I was going to try sneaking some probiotics and calcium supplement, but she refused it. She will only drink powerade. She wouldn't eat rolled oats, or cat food, or grapes or ANYTHING. I'm freaking out. She's normally a total pig. I put her in a wire cage above some steaming water (careful not to burn her or put her on hot wire, and I left space for her to move away from it) and she huddled down over it. She is normally very energetic, but now she stumbles when she lands from more than a foot's height, and walks sort of droopily with her tail at half mast. Her neck feathers look disheveled, and her vent feathers are a mess. Her eyes are sort of sunken and it seems like she's lost weight because her breastbone feels sharp. (How quickly can that happen?!) She's had watery green poos, some olive green, others white with green bits. Not much is solid. She hasn't been eating, so I guess that makes sense. Any advice? I gave her some sulmet today...I will tomorrow too..obviously I'm reluctant to bring out the big guns without knowing what's going on. Also, I can't get to an avian vet.