In need of help!! One of our 9 month old White Leghorn hens(Brown Neck) will not move or even try to move. when we stand her up she falls to the left as she is favoring her right leg. she will make a step or two before falling sometimes, and when she does she steps on her right foot with the left foot and then falls again. I have done a bunch of searching on here, and I have went through my Raising Chickens for Dummies, and my Raising Chickens, by Gail Damerow book. The lame thing is the best description of what Brown Neck is doing, unless her leg is broke, and it just is not out of place, as it looks and feels the same as the other leg and foot. I rubbed her all over feeling for anything out of place or out the ordinary, and I also applied a little pressure to all of her joints, and moved her wings and legs through there range of motion, and everything felt good, and I did not even get one chirp out of her thru the process. She is still able to chirp and squawk, as she fusses a little when picked up. We have quarantined her from the rest of the flock. She will still eat if we place the dish rite in front of her, not sure about the drinking yet, and she is pooping, the poop smells a little more foul than normal also. I don't quite understand what lame is, and what causes it, and is it possible that she just sprained her leg or foot. Is it common for a chicken to stay in one place not moving around much when sick or injured. A little insight would be greatly appreciated.