I have a 3+ year old Cochin roo. 2 days ago I noticed he was not quite as perky as his other 2 buddies and 2 hens. He was eating just fine. Doesn't seem as interested in drinking, but I'm not sure on that. Today I went out and checked on him and he was down, under the ramp to the roost and I thought he was dead. But he lifted his head when I spoke to him so I hauled him out by the scruff and stood him in the yard. He wobbled a good bit but immediately was interested in eating grass went about eating and scratching. He's out there free-ranging, but every now and then I see he's down on his belly, not rolled over, and his one claw is sticking out weird from behind him. So I go out and stand him back up and he goes about his business again, pecking and eating and scratching. He preens his feathers too. Sees to be in no distress at all. No rapid breathing. No cough, no discharge. His eyes are fully opened and clear. His comb is red, but here's the confusing thing. I had always thought him to be a roo, but this morning I turned him over to look at his bottom cuz I noticed that his comb is tiny, the same size as the hens so I wondered if all this time I was mistaken and he's a she! Sure enough, there's 2, um, exits, so to speak. Both seemed clean and fine. I had wondered if he is a she, and if she's actually egg-bound or something. The only other thing i noticed today is that one of the other roos is making green manure rather than the usual brown with white cap. It's not diarrhea but is somewhat soft and is dark greenish. Now my husband had forgotten to fill their feed containers this weekend when I went out Monday to feed them I noticed this and wondered if this is just because of a day or two with no food and only eating bugs they could scratch up. So, anyone have any suggestions?