My husband found one of my orpingtons had gotten stuck on her back in an awkward position between the shed and the compost bin. I'm not sure how long she'd been there (no more than a few hours) but it was hot and she was panting. I hand fed her water, brought her inside to cool down, and shes eating bread soaked in water with no problems. However she's supporting herself on her right wing, and her right leg sits further back than the left, and twists slightly inwards. I tried to feel for any breaks but I couldn't find anything obvious, but it's my first time so I'm also not really sure what I should be looking for. There's no open wounds, no swelling on the scaley bit (cant tell on the other, shes so fluffy). She can move her legs/toes fine (she curls them around my fingers if i place them there) and can stand ok but not walk, and doesnt react any different from me touching one leg from the other. She doesnt react any differently if I manually stretch the leg. Shes acting fine from what I can tell, clucking every now and then and eagerly eating. Is there any obvious way to confirm that it's a break? Is it possible its something less nasty? There's no farm vets near me, so for now I have her in a large dog crate with food and water inside. Should I be keeping her warm (after being dehydrated) or will she be fine with just room temperature? How often should I check for her ability to walk? It's only been an hour since we found her so still early days.