Hello, I have a Blu Cochin Rooster, almost 2 years old. For the past 18 months, he's been in an 30x30 squared feet enclosure along with 2 hens of the same breed. A small chicken coop was placed in it. It's been 10 days ever since I had to pick him up as the rooster was lying down on the grass, immobile and unable to climb up the small wooden ladder built for the purpose of my other two Blu Cochin Hens getting into the chicken coop. I've had the rooster inside our garage since then. It had lost a lot of weight. Thinking that it could be the same problem I've faced in the past (MG ... or Mycoplasma gallisepticum ) I've been giving him 3.95 ml of Denagard (liquid) per litter of water. The rooster has apparently begun recovering as he was initially unable to walk. He now is able to stand up for a while, at least while he eats and drinks. Then he lies down on the pine shaving bed I have layed out on the floor. His legs show the typical flakes of a chicken (scaled), which I mention as I searched for mites (acari) without finding anything worth worrying. Would anyone give me some tips on what to do to help this rooster get back to his normal life? Any info that I may have missed and that anyone woul consider to be helpful, please let me know. Thanks, nicefarmer4U.