Honey is a 24 week old RIR hen. She started laying eggs about 4 weeks ago. Most of her eggs that she layed were without a shell. Occasionally she would lay a large egg (double yolker) with a very rough shell. She has only layed about 5 "normal" eggs so far. About 4 days ago she started to show signs of sickness. She didn't eat just drank lots of water. Her poop had become all clear water with a little bit of white...no greenish/greyish color to it. She held her head low, back arched, and tail feather down....very depressed looking. I separated her from the other girls, she didn't walk or fly to roost at this point so I knew something was up. Day 2..... I noticed her crop was still large in the morning and she had not eaten the day prior, just drank lots of water. I fed her some yogurt and water with ACV in it. I had to syringe feed the yogurt but she didn't have the energy to refuse or fight back. She had very clear eyes, bright red and erect comb, no discharge from eyes or nose, a little bit of a sour smell when breathing. I decided to make her vomit to clear the crop. I was only to bring up fluids and the yogurt. Not a great smell but not really sour either. Put her by herself in the basement in the dog crate with water (ACV treated). Day 3......She is so boney, I can still see a medium crop but all she has eaten was the yogurt that I have syringed into her beak. she can stand but doesn't walk much. Wings are extended outward to keep her balance. I decided to syring feed the yogurt along with some antifungal medicine that I had for myself (flucanozole) She still is bright eyed and comb still looks normal. She started to have a little color back in her poop. I offered her bread but she refused. Again she slept in the garage, in the dog crate away from the others. Day 4......I offered pieces of bread and she actually ate it. She drank lots of water again, crop doesn't seem as full, she is walking and seeking out food. I made her some scrambled eggs and she ate about 10 small pieces then sat down and rested. I moved her out with the other girls and she started to make small happy noises again. She was eating pieces of grass and a small amount of layer crumble again. The feather around her vent are full of sticky gooey poops, but I don't want to stress her by bathing her just yet. She is moving slow but trying to keep up with the other girls. I'm not surprised to see that she has stopped laying eggs, honestly we love her as a pet and get enough eggs from the others that she never has to lay again if she want it that way. I'm hoping that Honey is on her way to a full recovery. I have never dewormed my girls, they all free range. I do not see and bugs on her nor do I see broken feathers. PLEASE, PLEASE offer me some advice on how to care for her from this point. Everyone i talked to tells me to put her out of her misery, I feel like she's trying to pull through and I want to do everything I can to help.