I've got a sick chicken. First sick chicken in my vast 2 1/2 years of having back yard chickens. I've got 6. My crew is going through a molt and I've not had eggs for a couple months now. I'd started giving them black oil sunflower seeds. Yesterday, my husband noticed our light brahma, Feather Feet, standing outside the coop while he was mowing the yard. She just stood there, with her feathers all puffed out and her head tucked down into her body. Not like under her wing, but more like a turtle. Today, I found her in the coop lying on the floor. She'd kinda shake her head some, but then kept it tucked in her body - fluffed out feathers still. I ran around, borrowed a dog crate, set up an area in the basement for Feather Feet and brought her inside. She didn't move when I picked her up, she did open her eyes some when I brought her inside, but really, not too much. I put her in the crate and she just is lying there. Head isn't tucked in, she's just lying with her head on the shavings. Should I try to get her to drink or eat? (not sure how to do that) Or just leave her with water and food and let her rest? It's been in the high 20's at night, but nothing horribly cold. Any thoughts?