I have spent last night googling and scouring this website, but I cannot find any photos that are similar to my Biscuit. I *think* she's molting...but I'm not sure. It started with some of her back feathers looking downy...and now she has a small bare spot on her back above her tail. Now, the downy look is spreading all over her...But the bare spot isn't red and doesn't have sores like I would expect if feathers were forcibly plucked. .I will try to get a better photo later today, as they were just let loose and very very busy trying to find the choicest free range spot for the day.... She's also just shy of a year old. We don't have a rooster. She's the only Wyandotte in the bunch, and I think she's the lowest one on the totem pole....But there's never been any feather picking before. I've also watched them quite a bit, and haven't seen any of the other girls pick or pull her feathers. They free range whenever the weather is good, which lately, has been everyday. They get layer feed, with fermented grains/sunflower seeds/corn/lentils as a treat. Occasionally I'll toss a cut up squash for them in the yard. Anyone have any ideas? Or am I just over worrying about it?