Hi We have six Pekin Bantam hens that are used to free ranging in our large garden. Since the DEFRA announcement earlier this month, they've been shut in their coop looking a bit forlorn. Yesterday I was cleaning out their house and let them out for half an hour (I figured while I was with them the wild birds would stay away) and I noticed that one was looking a bit scrawny and doing some funny sideways walking - - and whereas they usually hang out in a flock, all six together, she came out and went in the opposite direction by herself. This morning I've been out with them again and the other five came straight out to play while she stayed in her bed. I picked her up for a cuddle and can't see anything obviously wrong. An hour later, she's ventured out but is again keeping herself to herself. I've made an appointment with the vet for this evening - but am not really sure what I should do in the meantime. Wondered if anyone has any thoughts? I've put some corn down but she doesn't seem interested [none of them are laying yet]. Thank you!!