When I went to feed the flock a few minutes ago I noticed that Hera, one of my 7.5 mo RSL pullets had not left the coop to eat. I went to check and found her up on the perches limping around. She was not like this earlier when I gave them scratch around 11:30. I picked her up and tucked her upside down under my arm so I could examine her leg and foot. Found no sign of cuts bruising or swelling on her foot, leg, and thigh and nothing appears to be broken. There is a small missing scale on the inside upper part of her other leg though. I will have to look closer look tomorrow when it is a bit brighter or have my partner hold a flashlight for me so I can get a better look under all her fluffy feathers. My question is what should I be looking for? and what could have caused this? also what should I be doing about it? Could she have done this jumping off a 4' roost? there is a 2' mid level roost for getting up and down... Maybe if she hit the water bucket when she jumped or something?? Could Chester (7.5 mo RIR) have hurt her when mating?