I have a 10 week old with MULTIPLE issues, I have been scouring the forums and I am trying to pin down what it may be so I can give the best treatment. Need poultry expertise here! So she has always been on the small side (she's a speckled sussex). For the past few days I have noticed she won't go up to the roost at night, I find her "crying" in the corner. She is SIGNIFICANTLY smaller than her brothers and sisters. So today I did a full look-over and was shocked by how many problems she has: - VERY thin, skin and bone. She eats ALL the time, so I am thinking worms? - Almost NO scales on her feet, legs very pale (anemic I'm assuming). Feet with sores due to thin skin. - Several mouth sores, and one on her tongue I had to pick off with tweezers - A lot of ear wax in her ears - Vent appeared red and puffy and had dried fecal matter stuck to it. - Very dry skin, also with some patches of yellow So after this I immediately felt guilty for not knowing how bad off she was. I gave her a nice warm bath and got the fecal matter off her vent. This left the area very raw, so I put neosporin on it. I was able to get the yellow scaly 'stuff' off her body. Also cleaned out her ear, removed coating off tongue and crusty sores in/on mouth (these areas bled afterward). I want to know what approach I should take, I am thinking definitely worming, but I don't think all of her problems are related to worms (?). I know many would cull but I want to give this little girl a fighting chance. Thanks for the advice!