I have a 6 month old Gold Laced Wyandotte who hasn't laid an egg yet. I chalked it up to her being slow to mature but last week she started walking slowly with her body low to the ground and has had very watery poops. I've given her epsom salt baths, massaged her and even lubed her inside vent thinking maybe she was egg bound. I even thought it could be impacted crop so I've given her olive oil to help things pass. She's very skinny when I pick her up and now isn't walking much. While the others are free ranging, she just finds a spot and is half sleeping. She stands with her tail down (not so much penguin but more like how their tail is down when they're roosting). It's not worms as they were all wormed when I got them a few months ago as part of my typical regiment when introducing new pullets to the flock. Everyone is wormed and dusted. Well today she has taken a turn for the worse and is laying down. Still alive but she won't last long I assume. Could it be possible she was an internal layer? She never laid me and egg but her wattles did get larger and turn bright red a month or so ago so I thought she was close...so could a pullet be an internal layer without ever laying me a "real" egg? I'm wondering if I should put her down so she's not suffering and open her up to see. If I was to do that, does anyone have any step by step instructions on how and where to cut her open?