I have a silver laced Wyandotte rooster and nine hens. The hens just started laying in the past few days and he has been breeding them for about a month or so. All of the birds have been healthy and have had no health issues until a day ago when I noticed one of my Rhode island red hens laying down sorta odd. I went in the coop and checked her out and she did not want to move or stand. She is now isolated (with food and water) from the rooster and the other hens. She is quite light and I am wondering if the rooster has scared her away from the feeder because of breeding. Since the hens just started laying I have read that she might be broody to the point of not eating. Another theory is that the rooster (who is probably 7or8 pounds) could have injured the Red's back or legs because of his weight. Are these possible?