Floppsie is a Speckled Sussex approximately 9 months old- we got her as a day old shipped in so she's been with us the whole time. She was laying next to the fence in weird places with her tail down and wings out. She did lay an egg today. It was a small egg (she almost always lays 1.6 oz) but today's was smaller than average at 1.4oz. I cracked it and it was totally normal in appearance. It was laid sometime mid-afternoon. Not sure if that eliminates egg bound from the list of suspects. Her crop seems empty - don't know that I'd call it soft and squishy, but her flockmates all have full round crops and she does not. Her abdomen is maybe a little tight. She's way too quiet - easy to catch, pick up and handle - and is currently in the house in a large dog crate. At this moment I don't have any droppings I can attribute to her because I just separated her about an hour ago, however I did see what looked more like a broody poop (nobody's broody- I check my boxes and chickens every couple/few hours, no lingerers)- very large, round and dry-- maybe it's hers, maybe it's not, but it did stand out. About 4hrs ago she went for the scratch just like all the others and seemed normal most of the day- noticed her odd position a couple hours later. Normal food includes Flock Raiser, free choice- she's #3 in the pecking order and has no problem accessing food and water. They regularly get watermelon rinds, carrots, occasional cantelope rinds/seeds and cabbage. I mixed save-a-chick electrolyte and probiotic into her available water and left some Flock Raiser in there too- so far no real interest in either.