I can't belive this happened. I have had my chickens for 1 week, first time ever and already Im in trouble. Last night when I came home from class the first thing I did was go to the back and see if the chickens were in bed. Zoii was but Eva, stubborn chicken, was still outside. So I crawled into the coop and picked Eva up and put her throught the coop door and shut it behind her. She made a fuss but she always dose that. As I was walking back to the house I heard the chickens make a loud cackle and I rushed back to check on them. It sounded like they were startled by something. I opened the top door and saw Zoii on a roost and Eva scratching around on the coop bottom. I didn't think too much about it and went inside. This morning I woke up and went outside to let the hens out. I had a flash light with me this time so I could see them and Eva was still on the coop floor with her leg sticking straight out and not moving. It dosen't look like she moved all night. I think it may be broken. I picked Zoii up and put her out in the run so I could look at Eva better. I picked her up and she didn't fuss or anything just kinda sat there. The left leg isn't oviously broken but she can't move it, she dosen't seem to notice when I move it, she can't move her claws and when I try to put her back on her feet she falls over loke a limp doll. I am so upset. I want to cry because I feel like I hurt my chicken but I can't. The only thing I can think of is she got up on one of the roosting post and fell off. One of the post was on the coop floor too. I think she may have fell when the post gave way. She just sits there. I brought her in the house to look at it better and I couldn't see or feel a break. I had to put her back out because I had to go to work. I wanted to stay home but my DH said I really needed to go to work and to see if how she is when I get home. I am so scared that I hurt her. I trembled the whole way to work. If anyone has any ideas please help. I don't know what to do. I don't even care that my 1st egg was out there this morning.