Two days ago I let my chickens out of their coop in order to eat some grass and run around. I have a white Silkie that's about seven months old and he's at the top of the pecking order. He's always the leader of the flock and constantly struts around tall and proud. I came outside an hour after I let them out and saw him lying in the grass. He's one of my only birds that run as fast away as they can when they see me, but for some reason he didn't. He just continued to lay there. I came outside a few ours later to find him in the same spot so I picked him up and put him by him food and water in case he wanted any. I just received some new chickens and they tend to wander away from the coop, so every night I go and put them inside. As I had stated above, my cockerel is always one to lead the rest so I became confused when I found him lying on the ground of the coop for the first time, instead of up top perching with the pullets. I went outside again last night to find him doing the exact same thing and I began to wonder if he had a broken wing. I asked my mom if she would keep an eye out for him when I'm not home and make sure that no one overly bothers him. I came home this afternoon to find him lying in the coop. When I went to go pick him up, his body was completely stiff and for a moment I thought that he may have been dead. When I noticed him blinking I decided to bring him inside thinking maybe that he had caught something from the cold, seeing as how its going on winter around here. I called my mom and she had told me that when he went to walk down the ramp this morning and out of the cage, he had fallen right off and onto the ground. From what I think, I don't believe that he has had anything to eat nor drink since Sunday and I'm beginning to get worried. If no one can help me find out whats wrong with him, then I at least hope that someone can tell me how to be able to hand feed and water him. He was the very first chicken Ive ever had so as you can tell I'm new to raising them. He's the only one out of the flock that's going through these symptoms so I don't believe that (If he is sick) he received it from any of my other birds. He was lying in this position when I found him this afternoon and hasn't moved an inch expect to blink and breath. Here's a slightly closer up picture. I don't notice anything other than his behavior that has changed. By the way, I know he doesn't look like a normal silkie. We received him when he was a chick simply as a pet. He's been with me ever since.