Hi Everyone, I'm hoping someone can give me some help. I have a 7 week old silkie that was out in the run with my other chicks...they are all between 5 - 7 weeks old. She was fine and running around with the others, sunbathing, eating and drinking normally. This was their first day in their new run. I went inside to get a drink, was gone for less than 15 minutes. When I went back outside, she was limping pretty badly on her left leg. I have checked her all over for injuries and can find nothing out of the ordinary. I've searched for broken bones, swelling, hot spots,etc. Before I put the chicks out, I checked everywhere for anything that might harm them. I found nothing. Her crop is nonexistent and I haven't seen her eat or drink today. I did dip her beak in and she drank that drop. She does not appear to be in shock as she is sitting up and 'singing' in that silkie way. She doesn't appear to be overly concerned about being alone and that is a concern. She also feels really warm to the touch. Warmer than the other chicks. She has no signs of external injury and no one steps on her or dropped her. She can barely use that leg now and lists to that side when trying to walk. She now just sort of flops around. I have brought her in, made her comfortable and am watching her closely. She is by herself in air conditioning at 77 degrees. Any thoughts, suggestions? I want to make her as comfortable as possible. I can manipulate her leg without her acting like it is hurting. I am really concerned. Any help, thoughts, suggestions would really be appreciated. Thanks.