I got two cochins - a boy & a girl, last week. They are both about 10 weeks old. We have had them in our spare room (the baby chick room) seperated from the flock until we are sure they are okay to add. They are pretty small & fit spaciously in a medium/large dog crate with their Silkie Rooster buddy. I noticed when i first brought them home that the female was walking a little funny. Being a first time cochin owner, i figured she was walking like that because of her very very long feet feathers. It has been the same way up until today. When i let them out of the crate to take them outside to run around & scratch a little, i noticed she refused to come out of the crate & just layed there. I picked her up & tried to influence her out of the crate. After i saw her walkng, i realized her leg (seems to be her right one) has something severely wrong with it. It is turned/rotated twords the right. She has lots of trouble moving around & i seperated her from the two roosters. I also realized that her crop was empty. Which is not normal to me. But it is okay now, as she is eating & drinking. I just want to know what i should do about it. Or if theres anything i CAN do. I tried to put a bit of pressure on her leg to see if she was in pain, but she didnt show any discomfort. Please, Can someone lead me in the right direction ?? Soon !?