I have a hen who was hatched in early June of this year. Recently she was showing signs of illness and I promptly took action to isolate her and with my knowledge of natural remedies, I gave her feed and put some crushed raw garlic in some water for her. After about four days she seemed fine, although she is quite skinny. She is living with the rest of the flock again, but still is acting a bit strange. They have sufficient amounts of food and water, and I am occasionally adding garlic to their food and water (one or two "treatments" per week). She is active, eats and drinks, but still feels skinny and I will catch her napping all puffed up in the middle of the yard sometimes. I also have to physically put her on the roost at night or else she will just sleep on the floor of the coop. None of the other hens are acting strange either. Her father is a banty and her mother is a standard size RIR. I suspect her puffiness and sleeping on the floor where there straw bedding is because of the cold snap we are having here in Western Washington, it's been no higher than about 30 degrees for weeks, and she's so tiny because of her banty genetics. I would appreciate some advice, but as a forewarning, I will not take her to see a vet nor will I spend a bunch of money. I love my birds but they are only livestock, not considered pets at my household.