3 days ago (Saturday the 27th) we found one of our sliver Wyandottes barely able to move. She couldn't lift her head and was very limp all over. There were not any signs of physical trauma. I honestly did not think she would last the hour,but my daughter managed to get water down her and she has recovered to the point where she can stand up and hold up her head again, but she is barely drinking any water on her own and she hasn't ate anything since we found her this way. She also barely moves. The other 9 girls do not seem to have any problems. We have separated Silver from the flock and is inside as I don't want the other birds to get her illness and the heat would probably be to much for her. With Silver barely eating or drinking she has still laid an egg 2 of the last three days. Her poop the first day did look a little bloody and was very runny. Yesterday it was more solid but not normal looking. I think she will get better if I can get her to eat. (So far the only thing she ate was a strawberry we cut up for her). Any suggestions?