Hi there guys, I have a little bantam hen who is a little over a year old who appears to be possibly egg bound. I have noticed over the pass few days she was acting a bit funny. At first I just thought it was the sudden weather change as it has been in the 70s dropping down to the 40s back up to the 70s. I kept a heat lamp in her coop during the colder days and she would sit under it. She still eats and drinks just fine, but she just looks sickly. She seems to have lost weight and she fluffs her feathers and kinda slowly walks around. She doesn't fly up with the other guys to roost. She just sits inside the nesting box to sleep. I have noticed tonight that right above her vent, it feels like an egg is off to side of her tummy. Overall it feels like just a hard mass in a round shape. So my questions are.. 1) Is she egg bound or is it something different? 2)If she is egg bound other than soaking in warm water and covering her up in a place by herself to pass the egg, is there anything else I can do to help her out? 3)Is there anything special I should feed her? 4)Speaking of feed. I did switch feeds from dumor layer crumbles to purina flock raiser. Could this be a factor? The change hasnt affected anyone else, but I am thinking she could be a bit more sensitive to change than the others. Thank you guys so much!