I have 17 8 week old pullets. I live in N. Florida where the temperature has been close to 100, or more, with a heat index of 104-108. I think one of my pullets is suffering from heat exhaustion, despite my efforts to keep them all as cool as possible in the horrid heat. I check on them several times a day to ensure they are all ok. Two days ago, I went out to check on them and one of the pullets was laying on her side, unable to walk. I immediately picked her up, brought her inside, rinsed her in cool water for several minutes, wrapped her in a towel and fed her water through a syringe. I have done this several times over the past couple of days, and I have also fed her Greek plain yogurt, scrambled egg and she has also eaten a little of her scratch. She will eat and drink a little on her own, but is unable to walk. She is also unable to push her poop out. I have cleaned her bottom several times, and had to physically squeeze the poop out of her. She fusses when I do this, but otherwise, the poop does not exit her vent completely. It is partially on the outside, and when I squeeze the base of her intestine more poop comes out. She is alert, but cannot move or push her poop out. Are these symptoms of heat exhaustion or possibly a heat stroke? I have checked her legs and feet for injuries and there are none. She does not have any problems breathing. Any help, thoughts and/or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!