These chickens were moved to the greenhouse last night for quarantine. I opened it up a little for some ventilation, but while I was at work for only about 5 hours, the openings shut in the wind. I came home to check on them, and without actually going inside, I just opened the doors and walked inside to check BYC again. (Stupid me!) Well, I was wondering why only 2 of the 5 came out of the greenhouse. Keep in mind, it was only about 73 degrees today, but the greenhouse made you break a sweat by just standing there a couple minutes. I looked in to see my Australorp hen on her back with her feet up...eyes closed. I thought she was dead, but then I saw her breathing. I quickly and gently scooped her up and ran her to the house and dunked her in a bucket of cool water and let her sit in it for a couple minutes (her skin was uncomfortably hot to touch with my own hand). Her eyes opened up almost immediately, but I had to hold her head up or else she would droop it into the water. I picked her up and she tried flapping her wings a little bit and looked around like "Where the heck am I going!" I brought her in the garage and continued to pour little amount of water on her hot spots, like under her wings. I noticed her crop area was squishy, but I figured it had something to do with the heat. She is laying on her side, and will pick her head up for a few seconds and drop it again. She really wants to sleep, so I figured I'd let her. I tried feeding her water with a syringe, but it wasn't really working. She sneezed a few times, so I thought maybe that was a good sign. She also moves her toes a little bit when I play with them. But she was shaking before I dunked her and a little bit in her legs after. What else can I do?!?!