Hi! we've been enjoying our girls since the end of April. Four of the them are 11-1/2 weeks old and 2 are 9-1/2 weeks old. We got them from the same place but we isolated them anyway. They all seem inquisitive, eating, drinking and pooing; two days ago, one of the older girls seemed quiet and more subdued. She eats and drinks but not as much as before. She lays on the ground with her neck tucked in and her wings puffed out a little bit. The day before it was hot and humid, they had ice in their water and a tub of cool water to stand in. Yesterday and today, it's been raining off and on all day/night and it is cooler but still humid. I checked her this afternoon, her crop is good as is her rear though she did poop some white, runny poo. "Lara" is a Golden Wyandotte and does get picked on mostly by our Speckled Sussex and a bit by the Sliver Wyandotte. The Sussex and the Silver pick on the others as well and they are fine. Is Lara's behavior normal?