Stacy, my 3 year old Black Australorp has been very lethargic for the past 1 1/2 weeks. She usually hates being held but I can pick her up now without any squirming or anything. Her feathers are puffed up, and her head is close to her body. She talks all of the time and her eyes are perky and she observes everything... Her breathing is normal and her breath doesn't smell. I can't find any swollen parts on her, and the comb is less than pink but her wattles are bright pink. It started out with her having really opaque yellow/white poop. She wouldnt eat her pellet food but would drink some water. She looked like she was really cold and would not move. Instead of sleeping on the perch, she would sit on top of or in a nest box. I took her inside and gave her a warm bath and fed her applesauce. She loved the bath and it seemed to give her energy. I put her back outside (we let our chickens roam in our yard when we're home) and she was nibbling at grass and moving a little bit more. I put a heat lamp in the coop as well. I went away with my mom on a trip and my dad had told me that she looked like she has gotten worse. She was back to where she was before, except that she was eating and drinking less and was not pooping too much. I have her inside right now on my lap. Her feathers are puffed and her head is close to her body. No poop at all. She will not drink or eat anything... but she is peeping. Does she have worms? She has had them once when she was about a year old and we treated them and they went away. She's not the best layer and has problems laying eggs occasionally. Thanks. I will post pictures of her soon.