My 14wk black australorp showed up yesterday evening after free ranging, limping pretty badly on her right side. I picked her up and checked for breaks and the leg felt fine aside from some heat from swelling in her "palm". She showed no signs of distress while I was checking her over and is bright eyed and bushy tailed aside from not wanting to use her leg. When I went to check on her today she was eating and drinking normally, but was "pawing" at the air (like horses do) with her gimp leg. She will walk on it and does so with her toes splayed normally, but limps as though it pains her to use it. The roost in their run is 24" off the ground and she has been roosting on it since her injury. Should I sequester her to prevent her from using the roost? I have a hospital coop I can use if necessary, but I'm not sure what I can do for her aside from keeping her quiet and starting her on electrolytes to boost her immune system. Here is a link to the video I took of her "pawing" with the leg: Awesome. It's sideways. Well, align yourself with the walls and it'll be right-side up Thoughts are appreciated.