Hello, I'm a brand new chicken owner and looking some advice on a few chickens. The first issue is with a 15 month old, I believe it's a white leghorn. We bought 2 of these chickens, one is beautiful and healthy, the other who is the chicken in question has always looked a little rough, but just in the past week or so she's been looking even rougher. Is it possible she's molting? I don't know much about the molting process or what it looks like. These two are our only birds that are old enough to lay. They were laying when we got them but the past two weeks we've had no eggs. We attributed the lack of eggs to the crazy heat we've had here in mid missouri, but if she's molting that could cause her to stop laying too. Or is this a disease? She's never been one to be too friendly with people, but this morning she was standing with her eyes half open and let me come right up to her and check her out. She's just recently lost the feathers on her head The second issue is with pecking. About three weeks ago we noticed one of our 6 month old pullet's eye was swollen shut. At the time there was a little bit of fluid in the eye area. With busy schedules we weren't able to get to the farm store for a few days and by that time the swelling had gone down and no more puss but it was still shut. She acts relatively normal for a one eyed chicken so we figured we'd let it go and see what happens. This morning she's more lethargic than usual and I noticed our youngest pullet (10 weeks) eye was swollen shut, no fluid. I wasn't able to get pictures of this but its slightly swollen shut and the feathers around the one eye are gone. The skin really isn't discolored at all. How should I be treating their eyes and how do i prevent this behavior? Space isn't an issue, plenty of room in the coop and they have around an acre available to them that they free range all day. I love my flock and hate to see any of the birds injured. Its been a pretty stressful morning seeing all there of these ladies in these conditions and any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!