Hello! I recently picked up a new flock of 7 Buff Orpington chickens one week ago. All are 13 weeks old. I've noticed one little rooster is limping and when I feed them in the mornings he is kind of fluffed up and may have his head under his wing. Not good signs! Anyway, I now see that when he walks he limps and when standing his right leg is not straight under him, but more so is positioned behind him on the ground. I've put him in a travel cage and seperated him from the rest of the flock. He is eating good. It's chilly and damp here today so I have a heat lamp positioned several feet above the travel cage. I believe I have 4 hens and 3 roosters, kind of hard to tell now though, and I'm not an expert. Is there anything I can do for this little guy? The others are not picking on him, I don't see any scrapes or cuts on the leg that would cause the limp. Any advise would be much appreciated! My coop has been empty all winter since my little flock of bantys were taken out by a predator last fall (racoon maybe?), all that was left of them were little piles of feathers... I am so delighted to have chickens again! Any advise the forum may have for my little rooster would be much appreciated!!!