Three days ago I checked the birds in the afternoon for eggs, feeding etc. To my surprise I found a dead hen in the coop. No signs of distress the day before. I have been watching the rest of the flock (one rooster and two hens) closely the last three days. Nothing out of the ordinary. Just doing what chickens do. Tonight I had a hen down but not out. Not eating, watery bowels, pale comb and wattels. No sneezing, runny nose, raspy breathing etc. I have isolated her but it probably doesn't matter. All seemed fine the night before. I doubt she makes it through the night but we can only hope. We have made it through the Ohio winter with no problem and now this. Our winter was really mild and unseasonably warm temperatures already this year. No hard freezes or lasting cold temperatures. I have friends who have lost a high number of baby goats with no explanation. Most think it has never gotten cold enough to kill all the critters. Please, no "burn the chickens", "burn the coop and start over" advice. People couldn't do that a hundred years ago and I can't do it today. Any reasonable advice would be appreciated.