We have 4, 8-month-old hens, and one was acting strange this morning. Usually they're pacing at the door ready to go out, but this morning one, Lily, just stood there. My husband picked her up and carried her out of the coop, and when he set her down she still didn't move at all, but just stood still. We even sprinkled hulled sunflower seeds at her feet (her favorite), and she just stood there while all the other hens raced over and took them. My husband noticed that she had some poop on her tail feathers around her vent, which wasn't there yesterday and isn't normal for her. He brought her in the house and he gave her water with a little sugar mixed in, which she drank. She refused her usual food, but ate a little cooked rice. She looked slightly more alert for a little while, but now is back to resting with her eyes closed. She also has her mouth open like she is panting. It's warmer in the house than outside but not much warmer--we live in NC, so outside during the day has been in the 50s and the house is only about 70--so I don't know if she's panting because she's hot or if it's a symptom. She pooped and it was very watery but normal colored. We had four eggs (one from each hen) on Tuesday, and three yesterday (but that's been pretty standard since winter hit), so I don't think she's egg bound. Her eyes and nose look clear. Can an 8-month old hen get coccidiosis? All we really have to go on is watery poo, panting, and listlessness! We plan to keep her separate from the other hens, but other than that, we aren't sure what to do with her. Does anyone have any ideas? We'd be crushed to lose her! Thanks!!!