I have a red sexlink who is either 3 or more likely 2 yrs old (I've only had them since spring). When I opened up the coop today she didn't move. I thought she may be dead but she was breathing, slightly labored though. She had her head streched out and down, eyes closed. She didn't move when I pet her, but did open her eyes and looked at me when I moved her. I have her in a box in the garage, which is very cool and a bit damp compaired to the coop. When I went back down with water she had her head off the floor and eyes open, but didn't move. I am at work, and can't do anything until this evening. If she is alive, what should be done? I didn't notice her acting sick yesterday. What should I look for with the others? What should I do for them? I am thinking about taking them all some yogurt in case it's related to eating food they kicked on to the floor or fouled water--can't hurt. I'll also look for external parisites...I haven't noticed any, but that doesn't mean they are not there. Where would they congrgate? Should I deworm the flock? I've never done it; I haven't noticed anything suspicious. Is the deworming stressful to them? If so should I avoid it? Edit to add: DDawn linked threads about internal laying to another member's question. Might that be the issue? I will say that overall production has been down, but I don't know exactly who's is who's to say when I last had an egg from this one. Please, please advise. I am not that worried about one hen, but I feel I need to know what to look for so I can protect the rest of the flock.