I have an approx 28 week old Australorp pullet (one of three we have). Last week I noticed one of the other pullets chasing her around a bit and she kept ending up back under the coop when the other two were out grazing. On Friday she was basically asleep on her feet and I knew something was wrong so I immediately separated her and put her in another run area and in a kennel at night. She was having very green poop at the time. I thought perhaps she had gotten sick from eating all my frozen garden plants (tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, green beans, cucumbers) that were piled up. All three had been in the area quite a bit recently. I got her to drink some water, eat some laying feed and yogurt. She steadily went downhill over the weekend. By Sunday she was barely drinking and I couldn't get her to eat anything. She had not laid her first egg yet, so we checked to see if she was bound, she wasn't. I forced a couple of teaspoons of yogurt in her and got her to drink some water. We moved the kennel into the garage to keep her warmer. On Monday she ate a bit of cheese but kept falling asleep while I was trying to feed her. She was basically asleep on her feet all the time by this point. Tuesday she ate more cheese and a few peas that night. Her aim was horrible at this point and would miss the food she was pecking at. Wed (yesterday) she ate peas and cheese 6-7 times during the day! She's much more alert and not asleep on her feet nonstop. She still won't eat yogurt or feed. Her poop is still green, but not as dark and there's finally more of it. We are letting her outside to be near the other chickens for a couple hours a day, but still keeping them separated until we know she's better. I could really use some advice on what else to try feeding her to get her strength back up. We've tried: canned cat food, yogurt, cheese (likes), peas (likes), corn (likes), laying feed, cooked carrots, toast, crackers, bird seed, and tomatoes. We are really hoping she pulls through this! I try to add a few things to her dish even though she hasn't been eating all of them.