Please help I let my girls out this morning and noticed that Deirdre my 15 week old warren hybrid pullet was standing in the corner, huddled and depressed. She wasn't interested in the food or water I put out. This has happened overnight - she was fine and spritely, out free ranging with the other girls yesterday evening. In fact, we only got her on Tuesday, and yesterday was the first day she's really stopped being mercilessly chased by her coop-mate. When we free ranged her and her friend with the two older girls from the other coop I didn't see any signs of real bullying (just the usual little occasional pecks to the back and neck feathers). Having fished her out I found she had her left eye closed and a lttle stringy clear mucus coming from it. No signs of an upper respiritory tract infection. She's just looking very glum and huddled, as if it really hurts and is bothering her a lot. She allowed me to cuddle her for ages before losing patience, which isn't normal either. I don't see a lot of poop inside the coop either (I replaced all the straw and removed the poop before they went to bed yesterday) , so maybe she didn't poop much overnight (or maybe I'm just being oversensitive). We've brought her inside and put her in a dark room in a box full of straw until we can figure out what to do for the best. We'll wait half an hour or so to let her settle then perhaps give some food and water and se if she'll take it. Could this be an injury to the eye, conjunctivitis, or something more sinister?