when i got home she was floating in our heated 16 gal water bucket, barely breathing and empty crop, I rushed her in the house into a warm towel and warmed her with a blow dryer. it took almost an hour before she was responsive, I was almost thinking chicken soup. After an hour and a half she was starting to move more and began to eat a bowl of grits with garlic and scratch and a raw egg on top. She has water with nutri-drench and a little acv. things seem stable now, but my question is.. how long should I keep her away from rest of flock to recover strength. I am concerned about putting her back out with freezing temps at night not knowing how exhausted she was from trying to "swim" all day. Also, what are the chances of pneumonia or lung/respiratory issues from swallowing water or having it in her lungs? I am so glad I was able to save her, she's one of my "buckeye girls" who until today didn't have names. Now she is Mira, the miracle chicken..