So I have a white rock gen that is about 5. She used to be in our flock of 12 but we moved to a neighborhood and I had to give my flock away. I kept the white rock because she couldn't walk well and was always beat up by the others. They scalped her twice! We still own the country home and she's been living there in a secure coop being checked on several times a week. It's been a year now that she's been living alone and her leg problem has worsened to the point that she can't walk. She propels herself but pushing off with her legs and flipping where she needs to go, but she has now lost a lot of weight so I feel like she isn't getting to her food well enough in the big coop and I've brought her to our neighborhood house and have her set up in a dog crate in the garage. I don't think its Mareks as all the hens she was with when this all started (years ago), never showed any symptoms. It would be unlikely that one gen out of a dozen has problems of it's an infectious thing, no? Any ideas? I never imagined she'd survive this long. I can't see euthanizing her simply because her legs don't work. She happily eats grass when I put her in it. She seems Normal except for her mobility problem. I am worming her today to see if her thinness could be that. Will try to fatten her up and also starting vitamins. Anything else I can do? This couldn't be anything that would make my kids sick, could it??