Help! We don't want to lose any more of our girls.... we had an almost 1 y/o blue Delaware hen x Rhode Island red cross hen. Two days ago she was a happy, seemingly healthy hen, then yesterday I went to the run/coop to feed them and change out their water. I noticed her hiding under the wooden pallet we have leaned against the wall in the coop. Normally at that hour she would be out in the run with the other hens, so I went to pick her up and investigate. She just stood there and let me get her which is odd because she's one of our most skittish birds. She would hardly react to anything! I got her to drink a bit of water, but she wouldn't eat (again, odd), and put them all in the yard to free range for a bit thinking maybe she would perk up with her feet on some grass and some bugs to dig up, but she did not. She just kept trying to go back in, so I put her back in the coop, and when my wife went to check on her about 30 minutes later she was dead under the pallet, stiff, with what looked like water coming from her nostrils and beak. I don't have any idea what it could be, and don't want to lose any more of them!