OK, well, I have pictures but of course the program won't load them on the computer. We came home to find one of our pullets laying flat on the ground, wings outstretched, eyes closed and panting. She had shade and plenty of water and it is only 83. I picked her up and she pulled her wings in but her head just flopped. Mostly she keeps her eyes closed, but will open them if you blow on her. She protested being put in the cage with some flapping and clawing, but her head remained relatively limp. You can put it in an upright position and she'll hold it for a moment, but then it just rolls to the side. I didn't know what else to do, so we poured some cool water over her, lifting feathers to make sure some got to her skin, laid her on the cool garage floor and put a cage top over her to keep her safe while she lays there. She was fine this morning when we left. She had a little feed left from the night before and drank when I gave her fresh water. I moved her to an outdoor pen so she could get some fresh air. This is actually our best cared for bird as my daughter was planning on showing her at the fair next weekend. She's been separated for awhile since the cockerels are pulling the feathers out of the pullets' necks and she's on premium feed. We couldn't find any evidence of an attack (we lost some goslings and a chick to weasels out of pens a couple months ago), and all her feathers are intact. We've also lost two other birds within the last two weeks to unkown causes. All seemed healthy the night before but were dead in the hen house in the morning. The hen was even in the nestbox as if she'd been laying when she died. She was the first, and I kind of wondered if she were eggbound or something. She was our best layer, hadn't laid in a few days, but seriously showed no signs of something being wrong. All of our other birds seem fine. I probably won't be able to get an accurate head count until evening. Everyone else free ranges. I'm really concerened but have no idea what to look for. Any suggestions or ideas?