A few months ago, our little tiny cochin hen raised about six chicks from different mothers in our flock. There were several Jersey Giant looking ones, one that looks very unique, and two roosters. They've grown up so fast its amazing. They're experiencing their first winter this year and Iv'e been having several problems. The biggest problem I have was that the past few days its been pouring for several days non stop here in California, and Iv'e been getting leaks in the roof in the chicken coop. Well I didn't really know it was going to rain the day before it would start pouring and before I realized how bad it was, most of my chickens were soaked. The floor of the coop was also pretty soaked up. Well my mother kept insisting me that if I didn't fix the leaks then the chickens would end up becoming sick. So I sealed up the leaks but it was too late. My little Jersey Giant buddy that isn't really little but huge and has grown massively in just four months got very sick. Her symptoms of sickness started on Monday, and my mom alerted me about it. Iv'e been extremely busy this entire week studying and I haven't payed attention to her. Well finally today I was fed up and took her inside my house and with the help of my mom, we chopped up a few pieces of garlic with turmeric powder with some warm water and manually fed her since she didn't want to eat. Tonight it started to rain pretty hard but the leaks were fixed. The chickens started flying up towards their sleeping spots but she wasn't able to get up all the way. Then our rooster got scared when i got in so he jumped out of his sleeping spot and knocked her off to the ground. Everyone eventually went back to their sleeping spots except for her. My mom advised me to get a cardboard box and fill it up with dry leaves and let her rest in that during the night. She seemed very weak so I put her in the box with dry leaves and put it underneath an open counter in the coop. She didn't want to eat at all and she would just stand around and not move excitedly like the other chickens when they'd see me. Her chest seemed puffed up and she would try to run away from me but fail real easily. I just wanted to ask you guys if it was good that I gave her turmeric powder with garlic. I've been worried sick about her for the past night. I insisted my mom if I could put her inside our house but she kept saying no. I pray to God that I don't see her dead in the morning. She's my favorite hen and my week would be ruined if I had to bury a young hen that was born and raised in my home. I feel as if I'm a horrible person that neglected my animals' needs.