The other girls seem hale and healthy. When we let them out to forage they tear after each other and flap around. They get about four feet in the air and can go about 12 feet across the yard (not at four feet mind, more like a foot). Sesame weighed less than 2 pounds (747 grams) today at ~19 weeks of age. The other girls have at least a pound on this and more on Kung Pao (our Jersey Giant). We've never planned on showing or breeding. We just want a few eggs and a fun past time. So we don't go to swaps/meets/shows. I know of only two other flocks here in Bloomington, and we'll follow proper protocol if we do visit them. Supposedly she was vaccinated by the company Orschlens purchases from, it may well have been something else but the vet said she wasn't digesting well when looking at her poop. She had stopped trying to stand and was getting around by wings and beak. Maybe we were wrong but she didn't seem well. We tried to make the best call. Through this we've found out a social media friend in the area is an old hand with chickens. She says if we see anything out of the ordinary we're to call her for assistance. So there a little bit of silver lining.