Hi, I'm new to the forums, I've been searching online to see if I can figure out what may be ailing my poor Rhode Island Red hen. She's about a year old, went out today to their coop (I have nine Rhodies and one Aracauna) to feed/water and open their coop for free range and I noticed her in the corner of the coop head kinda buried down under her and very still, feathers also fluffed out a bit. I went over to check her and she didn't move much. I put her up in one of the not so favorable spots in their nesting boxes to keep her up and out of the way. She stayed there most of the day and then later this afternoon I found her again in the corner of the coop where she was this morning, same position. She had a runny white substance stuck to her tail feathers and I did read about the possibility of egg bound hens, so I put her in some warm water which seemed to relax her, but she kept falling asleep as she was sitting in there so I took her out because she wasn't keeping her head up very well and I didn't want her taking in water. I dried her off and let her stand in the sun a bit, she just stands there and closes her eyes. I also felt around her abdomen for any firmness or sign of a stuck egg, didn't notice anything like that really. I have her in a box with some bedding now, I'll probably keep her there for the night to keep the other hens from possibly picking on her or bothering her in any way. Her breathing sounds normal for a chicken I guess, this is my first time owning hens, so I'm not totally sure of that. It's a quiet airy breathing...nothing raspy. Her eyes are clear when they are not shut, no discharge from beak or eyes. I have dusted all my birds with food grade DE, but I haven't put any in their feed yet for the internal worming, and I'm pretty sure they've never been wormed, they're all either a year or just under. We bought them about three to four weeks ago. So, at this point, I'm pretty clueless as to what is wrong with her and what I can do for her. She's still not eating or drinking, absolutely no interest. I read about mixing some egg yolk, honey and oatmeal and force feeding...may try that? My girls have a big, regularly cleaned, airy coop with a nice cross breeze, they have access to outside free-ranging from about 9a to 6-7p before they're cooped for the night, so they get plenty of sunshine. Hopefully that's enough information and background that maybe someone has an idea of what could be ailing her? Thank so much!