Ok the other day i was in the barn and heard my 3 guineas behind it. I peecked out and saw my female sitting in the tall grass while the 2 males were talking and walking around her. didnt think much of it. But the more i watched the more i was concerned. She wouldnt walk. She was fine that morning. I saw her. Now where they were behind the barn is a large holding pen for livestock. probly 40x40. Grass is all grown up as we havent had to separate anything thing for a while now. So i tossed out some feed. The boys came up but the girl just sat. They are currently 19wks old. So i went up to her. She would flap really hard and yell but wouldnt really use her legs. Now she some how had to have used her legs to get over the 4 ft tall fence. The holes in the fence are all to small to get threw and no way to get under. i double checked this. I used a blanket and covered her face and wrapped her body. this kept her very calm while i moved her to a small holding pen next to the coop so that she wouldnt get attacked by anything. I could keep an eye on her this way. Now this happened tuesday i think. Every since then she has been in the same spot. I have checked her and moved her and cleaned her and make sure she has feed and water. I have also gave her asprin 325mg (this did not seem to help) as well as did a full exam. I am not finding anything wrong with her. Not finding anything broken, no abnormal heat, no odd popping sounds anywhere. She does not seem over weight at all. when my husband is holding her and i touch her leg she'll slowly bring it up but does not move them fast. Both legs she does this with. Also when i put my finger on the bottom pad of her feet and push she slowly brings her toes together and grabs my fingers. But thats all she does with her feet and legs. Shes also still perky, eating , drinking well. she has calmed down a bit to me though. so thats kinda nice. when i go to feed and water her i talk to her really calmly and sweet and she stays really calm. Its starting to bother me though because shes been in the same spot. i mean i move her around and clean her up but today i had to work and tomorrow i have to work. Im afraid shes going to get an infection of some kind. She also layed one of her fist eggs ( i believe it to be) wednesday. There was a very small egg (not a "fart egg" as this one had a yoke and everything). About Half the size of a small chicken egg. I have not seen one since that day. I dont let the boys in the pen with her. only because they seem to walk over her and on her more than keep her company to get to her food. I am giving the boys plenty of food though since they have been sticking very close to the pen and not spending much to any time out foraging. She has good shelter from elements and on a bed of clean hay. Anyway... so whats wrong with my Guinea? i dont want anything to happen to her. Maybe a spinal issue? she has no wounds, cuts, blood, anything to be seen. Ive looked her over very well 3x. Id take her to a vet but there are no avian vets around here. and the only one i found online apparently moved years ago. and its not very incouraging when you call a vet and ask if they look at guinea fowl and then you have to explain what kind of bird that is and then they still tell you" im not sure what that is hold on a second and let me ask to make sure". can any one help me or at least let me know what they would do? thank you so much.