I have an older white Leghorn hen who, over the years, has been a very consistent and very good layer. However, two days ago, I came home to find her standing in the middle of the coop, head down on her chest with her eyes shut, wings drooping. She's low on the pecking order, so she's kind of raggedy. At first I misdiagnosed and thought she had something that killed some of her hens before, and quarantined her, because I knew I didn't have what I needed to cure her. I didn't expect her to last the night. However, not only has she done that, but two days later she is STILL alive. Now, obviously I should take some more consideration into my hens and should have started looking into it immediately, but unfortunately I'm very busy. But today I've been spending all day trying to help her out. Currently, her symptoms are: - doesn't move - normally fussy and flighty but now doesn't react at all if I touch her or do anything at all. HIGHLY unusual for her. - eyes shut tight. She'll blink them open to look around if I'm doing something she's not used to (moving her around, bathing her, etc.) - doesn't eat or drink - shallow but not inhibited breathing - no lumps on her - very olive-colored, runny poo I've given her a nice warm bath to let her soak in case she was egg-bound. No such luck. I've also felt around her vent for some kind of egg, but again, I can find nothing. Thoughts? Anyone? I'm fond of this hen and obviously I wish her the best.