I've seen some questions about whole flocks not roosting but I didn't see anything related to a single chicken sleeping on the floor of the coop. I have 9 hens, 8 of them put themselves to bed every night by flying up to their roost. One hen (speckled sussex if that matters) sleeps on the floor with her head pointing straight up toward the ceiling. The first time we saw her doing this, we thought she had broken her neck (newbies!). It is a bit freaky to see her that way. Watching her go in for the night, she walks up the ramp with the other chickens but then she sticks her head in the air and (usually) backs up in that position until she runs into a wall of the coop. There she sleeps. If I pick her up and put her on the roost, she loses her balance because she tries to sleep with her head in this upward position. She will eventually settle on the roost but I don't know if she stays there all night. We added a shorter roost thinking that maybe she needed to jump from that to the higher roost (you can see it in the photo attached) but that didn't seem to help. She is our smallest hen. If this is just a behavioral issue, fine. Can it be corrected, should I worry or try to retrain her? If this is a symptom of some larger problem, what is it and what are my options. Do we just have a comical hen? I can live with that. She acts like a normal hen (eating, running with the others, dust baths, drinking, etc.) in every other respect. Thanks for any suggestions. !