Hello fellow flocksters, Yesterday I went out to tend my grandmother's small flock and found a hen hiding in the corner. Upon inspection, her comb and wattles are pale, dry and somewhat floppy and her face has clearly been pecked free of feathers but no damage to her eyes or skin. She keeps her head tucked back against herself (like when in a nesting box, not tucked under wing for sleep) and she will not eat or drink at all. She keeps her eyes closed for the most part and does not resist anything I do to her, which is definitely not how my gram's hens usually react. I asked how she seemed that morning and my gram's said she didn't notice anything out of the ordinary. I did a full body check and she seems slightly more boney, but otherwise seems perfectly fine. I made sure to check her throat in case she was choking, but I can't seem to find anything. Her crop is also empty. I believe she will die sometime today or tomorrow, perhaps of starvation. I suspect it could be her liver shutting down. None of my gram's hens have been laying since last month, but we suspect it to be because of winter. Breed: Red sex-link Age: aprox. 2 1/2 years Any suggestions as to what may be going on would be highly appreciated even if she dies. I currently have her isolated in a warm area away from any other animals.