About 2 days ago I noticed one of my hens was not acting right. (9 month old Cinnimon Queen) She was doing the E.T. walk very slowly. She seemed off balance and lethargic too. She had some white poop on her feathers below her vent. So yesterday, when she had not improved. I searched this site, and figured she was egg bound. None of my other hens appear to be affected. My DH went out to the coop to bring her in while I prepared a warm bath and while he was carrying her in, she exploded white, watery, poop. (It also had a little yellow in it.) It was alot! DH said it was "Gassy" too. (sorry to be gross) We bathed her and she passed a little more of the same poop. While she was in the bath, I checked her crop, and it was empty. I also checked her abdomen and it did not feel like there was any eggs. It was soft and squishy. No distention. After bath, I checked her vent and it looked nomal. The area around the vent seemed distended, but since I never see her vent without feathers, I'm not sure if it is normal. I put a little mineral oil in, just in case. I dried her and put her in the dog crate near the wood stove and she rested. Several hours later I boiled an egg and she ate about half of it. She seemd to perk up when she ate. This morning, I expected to find her dead, but she was alive. My DH said he heard her at the food dish, but when I looked in on her she slowly retreated to the back of the kennel and layed down. She looked alot better than yesterday. Her breathing was still a little labored, but not as bad as the day before. (No mouth breathing, this morning.) I guess I just want to know if there is anything else I should be doing? Her vent does not appear clogged now, but as of 6:30 this am she had not pooped. DH and I had to got to work, so I don't know how she's doing as of this moment. Any other advice would be greatly appreciated. I hate to see any animal suffer.