I just don't understand. She was fine Sunday night however yesterday morning, Monday, she was shoved in a corner of their 12x14 stall with her feet out in front of her. I've only had her & 5 matching others (1 roo & 4 hens) for a month- everyone else is fine! I picked up 9 eggs (in 48hrs) from them when everyone else is saying theirs aren't laying. I believe she's 2 or 3 years old, her ex owner says it's a vitamin deficiency because I feed scratch. I actually feed 2 bags of Purina layer feed & 1 bag of scratch mixed together. I have read that corn can help keep them warmer in the winter ( the ex owner says that's a myth). They apparently don't like it better than the layer feed as most of the Corn is all over the ground. I was also told that polish and silkies have a higher need for vitamins and minerals than regular chickens? I am new to all of this (about 6 months in) :-( I have driven 30 miles away to find this Nutri drench at TS. I gave it to her last night and this morning. She is eating the baby chick feed that I gave her (because I have chicks in a brooder at my house) and drinking a lot & grooming herself. Her poop is brown & mostly solid. She has no drainage from her face & is very alert. Her feet are warm & she can wrap her toes around my finger so she's not paralyzed however when I stand her up she kicks her legs out in front like she's walking backwards & falls over. I'm at a loss! Shes been so sweet & calm through all of this handling- I cannot lose her! I feel I'm letting her ex owner & her roommates down with my lack of knowledge.... however we have plenty of love to share Any and all help is appreciated.