So Mr. Clark with the raging hormones and constant crowing has suddenly gone very very subdued. It started yesterday morning with not a peep out of him at sunrise...I was late to open the coop and thought maybe he'd given up crowing from exhaustion, lol. However as the day progressed not a sound out of him, nor his frisky tendencies. He hardly ate afternoon treats and when he went to roost he went to sleep almost immediately. I started to worry that a neighbor poisoned him it was such a drastic change in behavior. This morning he's the same - came out, very subdued, very little appetite. I inspected him - no signs of wounds, nasal & mouth clear, eyes clear...feet maybe a little chilly, otherwise I'm stumped. The other 17 girls are active and vocal. I just don't get it...he pecked at the food but no major consumption. Same yesterday with afternoon treats. Advice? Should I try some electrolytes or vitamins or something? Clearly something is amiss since he's hardly eating, very subdued and not a crow out of him. I can't imagine what has happened unless one of the girls pounced on him in retaliation or he ate a nail or something dangerous. It's all so sudden! I don't know how many days they can go without a healthy supply of food. I feed both fermented organic (New Country Organics) Y Organic Pellets. The duck feed is Mazuri Waterfowl. Any thoughts and advice is appreciated.