Poor Aunt Bea! She has been droopy for days. Leaves the coop last then goes down to the barn and stays all day just kind of, I don't know, poofy, I guess, and just standing around. She'll eat enthusiastically when I throw scratch every morning, or if I throw a handful of horse feed on the barn floor. I've read quite a bit on here about a variety of things, so I've narrowed down a few it isn't: I did a "gyno" exam ;-) and my finger went all the way in, so no egg. No sign of lice or bugs of any kind. And as best as I can see, her poop is fine. No cuts, breaks, respiratory signs... She's approx 4 yrs old. There are 27 other chickens of varying ages and all are healthy. Property totally fenced so no intruders bringing disease and no new chickens since I ordered chicks in May. Henhouse is large, airy and clean. The rooster keeps attacking her and just crouches down and let him, tucking her head in. So, I brought her in for the night. Gave her some polyvisol, scrambled eggs w/spinach which she gobbled up. Just sat on the sofa and held her for a while then put her to bed in a large dog kennel. Okay, so I've tried to give as much info as possible, so... please help!