Hello, I found my Americauna hen trapped in her coup ladder yesterday before I put the birds in for the night. She couldn't have been there long-- but long enough to have possibly injured her wings. She is less than a year old. Also-- was a great layer up until this week (haven't had an egg in 7 days. She's free range so we thought she had found a nest in the yard. I'm kicking myself for not checking on her sooner. She was traumatized last night--- wouldn't stand or correct herself if on her side. We took her in and set up a pen inside, gave her access to fresh water/food. She also seems underweight. We think she may have been kept off food by another hen. In the AM she was standing upright (yay!), and her wings seemed minimally droopy so I was hopeful. She hadn't touched her food or water however. I read a lot of threads on this forum last night, and watched a bunch of videos prepping for the possibility of syringe feeding her. I made little chicken feed balls that, currently just consist of her feed, some veg, and some pedialite but when I put it in her beak-- NO MOVEMENT. No effort to fight, no reflex to swallow, to spit it out. Nothing. I didn't try to srynge feed her water because if she truly isn't having the reflex to swallow-- I don't want it to go down her esophagus. So I'm extremely concerned. I really would like help this girl, but not sure what to do. i know that tube feeding is an option but wouldn't mind some feedback! I don't know of a vet that works with hens. I'm not sure I could afford the vet bill if I did. Please help!