I have a welsummer pullet that is just about 3 months old and has been entirely healthy to date. Today, I noticed that one wing is very droopy with the ends of the wing feathers dragging on the ground. It has good energy, is eating and dringking well, and appears otherwise in great shape. When it runs, she has developed a slight hop to avoid her foot from getting caught in the wing feathers. The wing appears to hang almost limply from the shoulder. It is raining today and the pullet (free-ranging) is soaking wet. There is no visible injury. Could it just be that the wing with the added weight of the rain is too heavy for the young pullet to support properly, or is there likely some injury (or disease)? The pullet is in the younger group of my flock, with 8 month olds also. Yesterday, the entire flock was penned together instead of allowing to free-range (to avoid any possible incidents with Thanksgiving guests and guest's dogs...) The young welsummers generally sleep in a separate coop from the older birds , but last night several of the older birds went ot roost early in the welsummer's coop and we did not remove them. It is possible that the older birds injured the younger one, but there are no missing feathers or visible injury and the bird with the droopy wing does not seem any more shy or fearful around the others than it did before. I'm hoping that when the bird dries out and the wing lightens, it will pick up again, but in the meantime is their anything I should watch out for? If it's a disease, then the entire flock is likely contaminated since they all free-range together. The welsummers were my last acquisitions, picked up at four weeks old about two months ago. They have been in great health every since we got them and after a few weeks in a separate pen I let them mingle with the rest of the flock.