I adopted a few ex-battery hens 2 weeks ago. Yesterday I noticed one of them didn’t leave the coop and was laying on its side, as if sunning herself in the dust bath. Normally when I enter the coop (large walk-in coop), they normally shuffle about. This poorly one didn’t move, and continued to lay there a bit listless. So I picked her up and brought her outside to have a better look. She wouldn’t stand on one foot, so inspected the foot and found a huge piece of wood lodged into her claw. I carefully removed it but I could tell it was sore.. There was no puss or blood. I monitored her all day. She choose to stay on her own, eyes shut. I gave her Avipro plus in her drinking water. I literally sat by her holding a little bowl of water with Avipro under her beak. She took a few gulps but didn’t eat anything. She then very quietly laid an egg! I thought oh well she might be ok. But she stayed uninterested and listless all day long. Sat down on the grass with her head in sleeping position, and slept all day. Only for me to go and check every hour to make sure she stayed hydrated. Today it is the same. On top of it, it is raining heavily today. So I brought her in and made a nice dry crate with clean food and water. So far no food is eaten but she had a few sips of water and again, laid an egg very quietly! Now she is back to sleep. I am not sure what else to do other than taking her to a vet. A vet is not anywhere near so it would be a long drive. She clearly is not egg bound. Her injured claw may be infected but nothing visible. Any ideas?