Hi Well, Went out to the coop to tuck everyone in for the night and one of our Silver-laced Polish was standing in between 2 milk crates facing the wall. I picked her up and held her for a bit and she felt cold. I set her down to see what she would do, and she just stood there, she can't really walk, one leg seems to be affected. I decided to bring her in so I could check her out more closely. She still will not walk, just stands there. I can't find anything wrong with her leg, but she appears to be pulling it up towards her body. And then she started to "wheeze" a little, like she needs to blow her nose. I called the local vets, but no one does chickens after hours! How prejudiced! Seriously! UGH! Now I don't know what to do. I have her in a tote in the house, and she did eat and drink. But I fear the worse and I am terrified for the rest of the flock (I have 16 birds in total) The only new thing I can think of is that we are using hay now in the coop rather than pine bedding. Maybe the hay is tainted with something bad, like mold or something?! I am going to clean it all out in the morning just in case! I have read that there is no cure for Mareks, I assume that means that any bird with the disease will die? Cant believe this.