Hello, my little white bantam (green legs and cheeks) was found suddenly lame just over 24 hours ago, there was no previous signs of weekness and has been generally happy. she is approximately 20 weeks old. She is usually on a diet of mixed grain and has free range of the farm. So she currently can't walk at all, if I lift her up under her belly she will kick her legs with great vigor until she settles down with a pat on the head, if I gently set her on her feet she will jump and try to move but just falls forward and ends up on her side, I have felt her all over and all seems fine, except if I touch the bone/cartilage on her underside behind her legs. She seems happy in herself, is eating and drinking although not as much as she usually would as she's the little guts. Two main things that I think may of happened, is 1 it possibly happened after laying her first egg? (as there was a different colour egg in the box and I haven't seen it again since removing her) or 2 a young randy rooster tried to mount her, she is barely 1/4 of his size, and he usually gets enough from the older hens, but maybe tried to mount her? He is actually going to be removed at some point cause he's becoming too forceful and dominant. I have her nested in a separate enclosure.. So questions, does anyone think she will recover over time? Any other ideas as to what could've happened? Especially so fast, she was okay and then next I saw her she wasn't..