Good Morning all! I would like top start by apologizing for the length of my post, I didn't want to leave anything out! A few weeks ago we noticed one of our 7-month-old Easter Egger hens had started to hobble to get around. We added nutridrench to the waterers and kept an eye on her and she seemed to be doing alright. I figured the cold had something to do with it and it had warmed back up. Last weekend we noticed she was hobbling around again. She started sticking around the house more often when the rest of the flock would go off and hanging out with my husband in his shop. The hobbling kept getting worse and she started curling her toes under on her bad foot and walking on the knuckles. Monday night I got home and she was on her side, on the ground, under the roosts. So I brought her inside and asked my local facebook chicken group for suggestions. I felt around both legs and couldn't feel any difference between the good leg and the bad leg. At this point I started thinking it could be Marek's. I started giving her nutridrench directly on Wednesday. She was still eating and drinking well and hobbling around in her tote but we would find her on her side often enough that I put that grippy shelf liner under her hay. She started spending enough time on her side by Thursday that she had to get a daily bath to wash off the poop. Last night she had diarrhea so she got a comprehensive bath this morning and as I was drying her off I noticed that she was missing all of her feathers on the thigh area of her bad leg. The leg also seems to be turning a teal color and she has a mark on it. I am unsure if she caused the mark herself when she kicks around on her side. The mark is just a dark colored patch of skin at this point. We are still willing to give her some time because she has so much fight left in her. Any suggestions or input would be more than welcome! Thank you!