My smallest hen (Ameruacana) between (12-15 weeks old, they said she was 9 wks when I got her but she has always been so much smaller than the other two I thought they were just wrong, there must of been 50 pullets in there when I got them) she is the one that seems to get picked on by the big wyandotte was just laying in the shavings this morning under where the other two were roosting last night. When I went to close them up last night I noticed that my small girl was under where the other two hopped up to roost. I figured she would follow them when I left. This morning when I went out the other two were up and waiting to go out and she just sat there. It was early just barely light out and I figured again she would just follow. I wasn't to concerned. She was completely normal no signs of anything off until last night when I didn't really pay to much attention to her not getting on the roost. I went back inside and about an hour later went to check her, it just felt off. She was still there. I picked her up and she poop as I picked her up. It was watery but still solid. I checked out the food, and water, they were both more than half way full. I fill them once a day. However, for the past two days they really havnt eaten much feed. They have been out enjoying the new run and eating the grass and such, so again I wasnt to worried but noticed it. I had cleaned the coop out two days ago and put in clean fresh water. I brought the hen in and got water, scratch, feed and shavings into a big cardboard flat with 4 in sides. I put down a layer of shavings and sat her down, she rolled to her side. I thought she was going to die! I sprinkled some feed and some scratch into the corner and put water in the other corner. Then I got a snuggle safe warmer (its a plastic disc that you heat in the microwave it stays warm for hours) and I warmed it and put her on it and wrapped her in a towel and held her on my lap. I got her to drink some water from a spoon and then mixed some oats and milk and warmed them and made a very very thin runny oatmeal. She drank about a tsp of this mix and had about a tsp of water. She was acting like she just was to tired to move and now she is napping in the box and stirs every once in a while. She still wont stand but she will fluff her feathers and will lift and stretch her wings every once in a while. It has been 3 hours since I brought her in she is napping like I said. I wake her and get her to drink water from a spoon. She pooped one more time since being inside, it was just small and a darker brown and soft but not liquid and only about 1/2 tsp size. Any advise on how to nurse her and what to look for would be appreciated. She had been keeping her eyes shut and now she opens them and looks around but she does not even flinch when I go to move her or pick her up, she is very lethargic. She is not paralized. she moves her legs and if I put her to stand she will hold herself up as long as she can lean on me or the edge of the box but then just goes down, slow not falling but like shes really tied and just cant stand. I was thinking maybe shes not getting enough nutrition the other two are kind of bullies but she has access to the food I have never seen them keep her from the food but the big girls eat first.