My splash silkie was acting strange the past few days, just sitting in the corner of the coop. If I took her out to the feeder, she would eat, but then just go back to hanging out in the corner (face to the corner). I was already worried about her at that point, but then today it got worse. She had blood all over the feathers around and below her vent (bright red blood - not pouring out but just didn't look good). Then I put her in a sick-crate we have in the field. Well, I just went to put her in the garage for the night where it's warm, and found she'd laid a blue/green egg in the crate. It was also covered in bloody splotches. I washed off the egg and it's definitely blue/green like an easter-egger. Is that because it took her so long to push it out? It wasn't very big or anything - just regular silkie-size. Help! I'm worried about her. She's the same one that got pooped on by a turkey when she was younger, and it took an hour to give her a full bath to get the poop off. She has always been the sweetest most gentle thing. I don't remember where I got her, but probably hatched from eggs from someone on this forum. I don't think anyone has silkies that lay blue/green eggs like that normally, so I figure it's a sign of a problem!