I have a young Barred-Rock, I believe she is approximately 16 weeks, and she has suddenly come down with something awful. My Dad came home from work (I am only a teen) and had said she was lethargic and not really moving. When my Mom and I came home, she was even worse. It had only been two hours and my dad said she is twice as bad. She was perfectly fine yesterday, and even early in the day she was more awake, although she was still not moving around. When I picked her up so we could separate her, a watery fluid with a very pale yellowish-green hue to it spilled out of her beak. As I was carrying her up to the house, it continued to drip from the tip of her beak. She is hanging her head and not even opening her eyes. I honestly feel she is close to death, but if there is anything we can do to save her, please, let me know. We applied some VetRX to her head and had her in a steaming bathroom for half an hour to try and ease her labored breathing (yet another symptom) ans she is still the same. WE had sprayed pyrethrin (I'm not sure if that's how you spell it...) to get rid of some possible mites and lice, but waited awhile to put them all back in the coop. Is it possible she was poisoned, or maybe got into something hazardous? The other eight who share the coop (All about 16 weeks) with her are fine. Any answers, ideas, or suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you so much everybody. P.S. I just remembered, she was sort of shivering, but it wasn't constant. It was every now and then she would shake, and then stop. We are attempting to keep her warm by keeping her in the warm bathroom. Thanks again everyone.