Hey all, So, I have 3 Brown Shavers, all 2 years old. One of my girls (Bonnie) has recently started acting a bit miserable and will find a spot in the garden, plop herself down there and lie there from morning until night, often sleeping and looking miserable. She will get up and slowly walk to get something to eat and drink, lay and egg and then go back and flop down and sleep again for hours on end by herself. She doesn't budge or cause a fuss if I pick her up (usually she will flap you to death!). She doesn't forage around the garden anymore, and doesn't come running for treats when I go outside. She doesn't hang out with the other two girls much anymore either so sits by herself all the time, so they often come to join her when they want a rest. She's been like this for about a month now. I took her to the vets at the weekend who did a number of tests on her. He said she's very alert, her comb is nice and red and healthy, she hasn't lost any weight, has good muscle mass, no signs of any internal or external parasites, she's not egg bound and is laying every day, no signs of any wounds, and everything feels perfectly normal. The vet only found an imbalance of bacteria in her poop which was nothing too serious, but gave her some antibiotics anyway as there was a little bit of blood in the poop (it's not cocci). But otherwise, can't find anything else wrong with her. Half way into the antibiotic course and there's been no change with her. I found her lying on the pavement outside our ranch slider door this morning on her own looking sadly in the window at me. Anyone else have this kind of problem with their chooks and have any idea what could be possibly wrong with her?