My two year old girl started showing signs of strange behavior (illness) before we went out of town on Monday (6 days ago). She separated herself from the others, wasn't excited when I brought treats, and stood in the corner of the run while everyone free-ranged. Fast forward to 5 days later (yesterday): We came back from our mini-vacation to find her laying in the corner of the run and she was very lethargic. As I let the others out to free-ranged, she stood up and pooped a very watery green/white poop. After searching on the internet, I discovered that was because she probably wasn't eating. I decided that she must be egg bound because I did not see bloody stools anywhere and she has a clean beak and face. In fact, her comb is still red. However, her comb is flopped over into her eyes. I soaked her in the kitchen sink and she drank water and seemed content. I tried to feel her body for signs of swelling and hard spots, but I honestly have no idea what should be hard and what shouldn't. Last night/this morning: I went out there after dark to find her laying in the run. The other girls were roosting outside, so I put her in the coop by herself in a nesting box. This morning I found her in the run floor again. There was a broken egg in the coop. Not sure if that was her's or not. She pooped when she saw me and it looked like watery scrambled eggs. I brought her inside and using the information on the internet that I found (here and youtube), I did the following: 1. Soaked her butt 2. Crushed up TUMS for calcium and fed it to her with yogurt. She ate it! 3. Put on latex gloves and stuck my finger in her butt to feel the egg. I felt NOTHING! I'm so confused! But, the finger caused her to poop, which was still scramble eggy and watery. 4. Put KY Jelly around the inside of her vent. 5. Put her in a quiet dark place in the house to sleep it off. Advice? I am afraid my chicken is dying.