Hello All, Hoping for some wisdom on a strange occurrence in our flock. We have 3 adult hens and 4 ~6month old hens. They have a coop but free range on our farm during the day. Last night we returned home after dark and found one of the 6month old hens in the yard, laying on her stomach, seeming alert but paralyzed. She did not react to her legs being touched, and couldn't seem to stand or walk despite much assistance on our behalf. We decided to keep her in a dog crate for the night, and retired to much frantic worrying and reading of forums! This morning, we opened the dog crate and she walked right out! She seemed a little "drunk" but walked all the way back to the coop and started eating. (we have not yet let out the other hens, and I am in the process of creating a restricted space for her to stay for now apart from them). She has not yet laid an egg to my knowledge, and the only other thing I could think of would be perhaps dehydration as we had a warm day. Appreciate your advice!! Thank you! Update: She continues to seem mostly "normal" and is doing her best to emancipate herself from the quarantine space. Hope you guys can help with what could have caused this? How long to separate from the other chickens?