One of my year old Buff Orpington hens was clinging to her perch with wings outspread yesterday morning. She flopped to the ground and I picked her up. She was HOT to the touch and almost comatose. She lays in a basket with head down, eyes closed, not drinking or feeding. I've cooled her with water and a fan and forced some water down with a syringe. I thought at first that heat stress was the problem as it has been very warm and humid here in the Bahamas. The birds have been panting and hanging out in the shade but she's the only one down. I noticed some mold in the feed and am unable to get anything fresher for a few weeks. The flock free ranges and has access to 'stuff' in the yard, some things good and some maybe not so good as in wet leaf litter, etc. I read the message from Coop-d-Ville and my hen's symptoms sound very similar. There was mention of a molasses remedy that worked for her, but the remedy wasn't displayed. Might it help my hen? Or, what do I do for Heat Stress....... needs to be self-fix.......live on an island.......no vet available.