Hello, My 10month old Barred Plymouth Rock hen has been limping for the past couple of days. It isn't a bad limp at all, but I'm beginning to become concerned. When she was about 4-5months old she had a terrible limp; so bad that I had to go to the coop every day, take her to the food and keep all of the other chickens away for about five-ten minutes, then do the same with the water because she couldn't walk. She slowly recovered, and I didn't notice a limp at all after wards, but now I'm beginning to wonder if she was injured again, or if she is just straining that same injury too much, and letting it slowly come back. It's barely even noticeable to some, but I can tell when I watch her walk that she has a limp. It's her right leg that is supposedly injured. When she walks she has a quick, half-a-second step on the right leg, and then a longer pause on her left. It isn't like a loooooong, drawn-out pause on her left leg, but it is noticeable to me. Any advice? Some information: As terrible as it is, I have five roosters and two hens, she being one of the hens. Roosters ages: Roo#1 - 1yr. 9mo.; Roo#2 and #3 - 10mo.; Roo#4 and #5 - 6mo. Hens ages: Hen#1 - 1yr. 3mo.; Hen#2 (This is the one being spoken of) - 10mo. Tell me if you think anything else is needed. Thank you! Louieandthecrew PS. I am a female, Louie is my oldest roosters name, and the others are his 'crew'.