When I let everybody out of the coop this morning, one of the hens stayed on the roost while everybody ran to eat. She didn't come down after a while, so I carried her over to the food - she ate but was limping heavily. So she gets to vacation today in the isolation cage, so she can get enough to eat and drink. It's on the sunny side of the coop, and she's snuggled down in her pile of cedar shavings, napping. She must not feel well, since she isn't fussing about being confined. I'll leave her in all day, then put her on the roost tonight with the others so she'll stay warm. Then back in the cage tomorrow if she needs it. I really hope it's something uncomplicated that will resolve itself! The rest were funny - they're convinced the isolated bird has much better feed than they do! They gather around the cage and stick their beaks through the wire, trying to snag a bite. Dopey chickens, it's exactly the same!