One of my layers has been limping. She does not have bumblefoot, no noticeable swelling or tenderness, no temperature difference. I've been giving her aspirin for the past few days (81 mg) and building an inclosure for her inside my layer's 10x10 run. I live on an island with limited ferry access, so getting parts is a long process. Right now, I'm on the ferry to return some parts that were the wrong size, She is eating and drinking well. And the others have left her along so far. She does get up on the rousts (highest is about 4') -- so once I get her into the enclosure, I'll be able to control that. It should be finished about noon or so today. I had been thinking of keeping her in it during the day and then moving her to the hen house for the nighttime, but last night I discovered that she is the hen that sleeps on the dropping tray between one of the rousts (about 6" high) and the wall. She could be catching her leg in there or sleeping on it weird. Any help is appreciated.