Tasty is approximately 16 weeks old. I have had her since the 13th of September. She is a Splash English Orphington. I have six chickens total, which were purchased from 3 different places within 2 days of each other. She was #2 in the pecking order. Until last Friday, she had no problems. When into the coup at night, came out in the morning, free ranged normally- just regular chicken life. My other 5 chickens have continued with regular chicken life. Tasty has not. Last Friday she didn't go into the coop at night, so I picked her up and put her in there. She didn't come out in the morning, so I took her out and put her down. Being new to chickens her behavior seemed like she might be going broody- but that doesn't make any sense because she hasn't even laid an egg yet! She perked up on Saturday and I saw her eat a little. Then yesterday she stood in one place the whole day. I made her move- then when I went out to put the chickens up she was in the same spot I left her. I put her back in the coop and she didn't leave there (as far as I know) until I took her out a few minutes ago. I have seen her poop and it is running. I haven't seen her eat except whatever treats she ate on Saturday night, Poor Tasty must be sick. I have her isolated in a dog crate with straw bedding. I made her a mix of a scrambled egg and pedialyte. I don't know if I was supposed to, but I force fed her a little bit just to get something in her. She has lost weight and she is lethargic. No evidence of mucus discharge or respiratory distress. Not that I would really know what to look for in a chicken. Help! Please! She is my favorite chicken and she is so pretty! If they sell something at Tractor Supply I could purchase to make her better I can go tomorrow. No joy with avian vets around here. Here are some photos if that helps at all. All poofed up and sad: A little better view of her face: Here is what I am keeping her in. My daughter picked her a leaf to help her feel better.