I have a Blue Wheaton Olde English Game Bantam rooster, Fuego, who is probably about six years old, maybe a bit more. He has been fine except I noticed he has been eating less the past couple of weeks. Today when I went to feed he was sitting puffed up, and when I went to pick him up he winced as if it hurt. He is crying out in pain now, and in between he sits with his head under his wing. He will not eat or drink. He feels stiff wheh you pick him up. He is in a separate pen from the others b/c he is low on the pecking order, and always has been, but lately my ds has been letting him free range a bit under supervision. However, he's been in his pen for the past several days; it has been cold and dark. It hurts me to hear him, not sure what I can do. Would Five Flower help? Anyone have any ideas? It is not too cold today and I am reluctant to bring him inside the house for fear it would stress him out more. His pen is elevated and enclosed except for the front and is pretty warm. He has a problem with scaly leg mites but I doubt that would have anything to do with this. Should I try him with some gatorade or antibiotic water? He is a cutie, I would hate to lose him.