Hello friends, looking for some advice. Yesterday a gentlemen came by and donated his beautiful Buff silkie hen, about a year, to me. He background: she was recently acquired a week ago by him from a family that was moving, and she was getting picked on by the three larger breeds she was raised with. Which led to the donation. He said she was sitting in the nest box all day and getting into fights as the other hens wanted the nest box she was in. I thought she must be broody. But when I checked on her an hour later her head with droopy and I thought she had died. I immediately gave her water from my hand and catfood mixed with grain and layer mash (she was fed layer pellets). She seemed to perk up and liked the cat food. I let her in the run (large 10x20' aviary run) and she seemed ok. Preening, scratching, stretching her wings and checking out her new digs. I put her back in the coop (large 8x6') and she immediately went back to the corner and put her head down. I checked back an hour later again, and moved a water dish to practically underneath her chest and she started drinking heavily without getting up (I put a splash of apple cider vinegar in it) and she had some more of the catfood mix. But after that it was back to head down in the corner and droopy. I moved her inside my house for the night, as I didnt want her to get chilled if she is sick. Or is this broody behavior? Her poop seemed normal in the am, albeit a lot (4x in 20 min) and later in the afternoon much more watery - which I attributed to the heavy water intake from the afternoon. Do you think she was being bullied and dehydrated/hungry and now stressed from moving twice in a week? Or being broody?