Hello! We just got our chickens on Sunday. They are all pullets - 1 buff orpington, 10 wks; 1 americauna, 10 wks, 1 barred rock, 14 wks and a second americauna, 14 wks. The older Americauna doesn't seem to be very happy. She barely gets up and leaves the coop, and is not energetic and curious like the others. She has got out and walked a few times, and eats and drinks, but is noticeably less energetic than the others. Last night I tossed some scratch under her beak, and she didn't eat it (but she was eating it this a.m.). She also was the only one that didn't climb to sleep above ground, last night. She does not have a light step, but I wouldn't say she is buckling - just plodding along very deliberately. Her poop looks normal (compared against pictures I see online), I don't see any runny eyes or mucous, or hear any labored breathing. I didn't see parasites or discolored skin. I tried to feel for a crop and it feels pretty hard and round, but I don't really know whats normal. She pooped just this morning when I set her down after looking for parasites, so it seems like she is digesting food. Since she is new to us (and we are new to chickens, generally), I'm not sure if this is normal, or not. Could she be stressed or sad from being moved? Any suggestions? We are in Seattle and the weather is mild - about 45 at night, and in the 60's during the day.