I have a hen who seems to be dying and want to make sure it is nothing infectious for the well-being of the rest of my flock. Last night when locking the coop my 1 year old Gold-Laced Wyandotte was huddled in the back corner of our enclosed run, under the coop. We couldn't reach her, so my husband poked at her with a long-handled rake and she just blinked her eyes (no startle or body movement). She has seemed 'off' to me for a week or two - more of a loner than usual, less red in the comb. When I got her, she was a very runty pullet and took well over 6+ months to start laying, but otherwise seemed healthy until recently. Her current behavior reminds me of another runty pullet I had who also died (a Marans). I am concerned because my Silver-Laced Wyandotte at point of lay died on 1/12/2015 (3 weeks ago). The SLW death was sudden - nothing seemed wrong with her beforehand, so I just suspected egg binding. I bought the two Wyandottes from different individuals who purchased them as chicks from separate hatcheries. Any insight on what might be happening is greatly appreciated. Has anyone else had more health issues with Wyandottes? All of my other breeds seem very healthy.