One of my young hens, about 5MO, was limping when I first noticed something was wrong on January 3. The pics attached are from that day. She was fine with me picking her up and inspecting, but I could not feel anything wrong with her feet or legs. I was out of town that following weekend and didn't trust my hub to deal with her in a separate crate, so I left her loose with the rest. When I returned a few days later, she was no longer walking, and her right foot was splayed out behind her. She was huddled in a corner behind the crate, I think trying to avoid the young rooster who was intent on having his way with her. So I did then separate her in that crate in the coop. She has not gotten any worse, and does not appear to be in pain, but I don't think she is going to regain use of that one leg. Does that sound like Marek's? Or is it possible that the roo was too rough with her and injured her leg somehow? I do have a vet that could look at her, but don't know what I would do if she did have a broken leg... She is one of the 6 young ones hatched in-house, not vaccinated. The other 12 were purchased and vaccinated. If it does sound like Marek's, do I have to move the crate out of the coop?