Last week I picked up three new hens and a rooster. After two days they were added to the flock (ill-advised, I know. Let's skip that part). Just a few days later we added two more pullets who were getting pummeled in quarantine. Then yesterday, I left the gate gapped and was missing a hen. After searching for an hour I found her in the darkest box in the coop. After two more hours, no egg. Not even trying. So I ran her out, and after a while she went back in. When not in the nest she just stands still, not eating or drinking. She ate yesterday morning for sure. At the same time I was searching for the hen, I noticed the rooster was sleeping a lot in piles of leaves, under shrubs, etc. We're having terrible weather today, strong thunderstorms bringing in a cold front. All the chickens are in the coop/run to keep safe and dry. I've isolated the hen in a dog crate on the back porch; I got her to drink just a bit, but can't coax her to eat. Eyes and nose are clear. Saw something yellowish in her throat but it did not match the pictures of canker I looked up. I checked to see if she's egg bound, but have no idea what I'm doing. So the answer is no, tentatively. In the course of that exam I checked her vent and saw the stacks of lice eggs. And then of course droopiness can come from worms. The rooster got out this morning and after being chased for half an hour seemed to perk up. He's eating and drinking, so is less critical than the hen. I have corrid (1.5 tsp powder per gallon) in the water for cocci. I'm going to feed them pumpkin later for the worms, and I'm going to dip them after this weather passes. Am I doing this right? Should I follow with a commercial wormer when the corrid is finished? The new hens and roo were said to be a year old, and also said to have JUST started laying, so age is undetermined. The rest of my flock is POL (or younger) pullets. Everyone else is acting normal, but all have the corrid water and will be dipped/wormed.