I had all of my girls holed up in the coop for a week so that the new additions to the flock learn where home is and stop roosting in the snow. It's not ideal, but it's better than my babies freezing to death. Anyway, I noticed one of our adolescent silkies lying still in the corner and I thought she was dead. She wasn't moving, wouldn't open her eyes, she was only breathing. I quickly brought her in the house and tried to make her comfortable. I checked her vent and it was really matted up with poop, which is why I think she was sick in the first place. Since then there has been improvement. She has been pooping alittle, but I have yet to notice her drink water. She also refuses to eat. I made her scrambled eggs but her only interest in them was to stand on them. She's perked up but not much, and she is terribly skinny. Does anybody have any advice on how to coax her to eat and drink? Oh yeah, and so far I haven't noticed anything wrong with anyone else in the flock.