This morning when I went to check my hens I noticed that one stayed in the coop. Sleeping in, I guessed. Later in the morning I noted that she was sitting (very close to the door of the coop) and not moving about or paying attention to the rest of the flock. I reached down to make her stir and she didn't move. I put my hand underneath her to disturb her a bit and she begrudgingly stood up and simply plopped back down refusing to move. A few hours later I checked again and found her sitting in a nesting box where she has stayed for about 4 hours. I just went to see if perhaps she has a bound egg and she had produced an egg, although about 10g smaller than her usual offering. I picked her up from the nest and she did flap her wings about, giving me a false sense of hope. When I put her down again, she just plops to the ground and sits. Her head is up. Her eyes are clear. I haven't seen her eat or drink anything today but her crop had some grains this AM when I checked her so is she's on a hunger strike, I've detected it early. I checked the legs, they seem fine. She has a healthy look about her but she's just refusing to eat or drink or move. She's a 12 month old Buff Orpington as lovely as can be! Does anyone have any suggestions?