My isa brown hen turned all white into the face , her comb is also looking unusual , she is used to get picked up for check up and when I pick her up she is unresponsive ! she really feels more heavy as if she is death already , she also acts different , she has los of appetite and her feathers look just , I don't know , something is of , her feathers are more like she hasn't got any oil in her tail and she is losing a lot . I already talked to a vet and he asked to check that she still lays but yes she still lays , this morning she did already , she is always one of the first , and usually uses the boxes same time as two light sussex girls , now sometimes she switches from box to box , this day she stays on one nest and acted ugly towards one of the sussex when usually there is not really an issue , looks as if she can't bare it that you come near here too , that sussex got pecked by her while on another day ( visable on a hencam you see them jumping on and of to nestbox and never did either of them have a problem with that , they have plenty of nestingboxroom and yet you know how they are they all go into the same nest sometimes , usually with isabella and now no one is allowed to get near the nest . I even made her favourite recipe so she would get some extra strength but even that she refused ( . ( she loves oatmeal with water and a little bit of bread in milk mixed together with a cooked egg where from she only gets the yolk into the dish but this time not responsive at all !!! is she dying ??? I haven't got a clue about her age , she is adopted when she was already an adult chicken and had high laycapacity which is the past few days become a bit less , i was also thinking about she might be in some kind of ' midlife crisis ' where she would slowly stop laying . Any ideas welcome please !! She is not a broody as the vet believed because she has no eggs under her . If this is just a laystop , I have never seen it happen so plse let me know how I can help her , this hen is a sweet one that even wants to cuddle !