My Australorp is eight months old and has not so far appeared to be robust, except in size. I suspect she is my non-layer out of the six. Her comb and wattles are diminutive and purplish. I don't know what to make of that. Today I returned her to the run by dropping her from my arms, and she sort of plopped down. When I came back, she was fluffed up and not moving. That surprised me because I think she can fly some and roosts with the rest at night (Or maybe she uses the ramp?). After a while, I became more concerned, so put her in a box in a back room. She is drinking like she just came out of the desert and is eating, so must be basically okay, I think. But should I be concerned about the appearance of her comb? If she does well tonight, I think I'll move her to the garage for a day (45-50 degrees) and then put her back in the coop. I hope the image will download. What are your thoughts?