Ok so we had a better than a half an inch of rain yesterday and temps in the low 40s upper 30s. When I got home from work at 9pm I checked on the birds. Everyone was in for the night but I seen that my 2 oldest birds (1year this month) looked a bit wet while the others looked good and dry. Also my hen who is almost always with my Rooster was up in the rafters where I have never seen her go. (she is one of the still wet ones) I got all my eggs and headed to the house. This morning I went down to open the door and let them all out. Everyone was looking good and ready to bolt out that door. I did my daily count to be sure everyone is ok. The rooster was good and dry he was the first out the door. After my count I was missing one BO. I went in looking for her and I couldnt see here anywhere. So I started to be sure water and food was good thinking that I just missed her come out. Then wile seeing one of the waters I seen some tail feathers sticking out from behind my nest box legs. It was her standing there in the darkest spot just looking at the wall. I grabbed her and she didnt put up any kind of fight or even make a noise. Held her tight to my body and started to look her over. I see drainage at her nose I can hear some wheezing, her breaths are a bit shallow/slow and wile I had her up her poo was supper runny and white for the most part. What Ive done for her so far. She is in the house in a large tote with the lid on. I have a hole cut in the side (12 x 12) with Plexiglas over it and holes to let it breath well. The room is 70 and has a window for good natural light. She has fresh water and we made a quick worm mash from Purina Flock Raiser and good thick clean bedding. She does not seem to want to eat or drink in fact she sat and closed her eyes while we were moving items in and out of the tote. Its not like her to just sit there and not care that were moving thing. So any of you know what it might be and what steps I need to take next? Thank you for any help!