I have a buff brahma rooster about 14 months old. about 4 weeks ago he has stopped crowing and loving on the ladies. I noticed his waddles have become very pale, leading me to believe he is anemic. he had a very healthy appetite though. i thought maybe due to molting since he is in a molt, not a very heavy one though. this week he is listless, finding a spot in the yard to hide and he'll stay there all day. last night was the first time he didn't make i t back to the coop. he was just laying in my yard in the dark, i thought he was dead. i put him back in the coop and this morning i found he did not leave the coop at all. he was just where i left him the night before. i tried coaxing him out with my hand but he just fell over like he has no balance. i put food in his face and he out right rejected it. i checked him for mites but have yet to find ANY signs of them. his poo has been off, wattery but no blood and i have yet to find a worm. any ideas on what it might be? he is getting progressively worse. he used to not let us pick him up. now he puts up no fight at all and sometimes he holds his wings down like he's too tired to keep them up. i also noticed he has lost a lot of weight. he's all feathers. he used to be very large and heavy. he looks the same size but i can now pick him up with ease with one hand. background info... i have 8 hens also, none showing signs of illness. they free range all day. my brahma hen is also molting but she is not showing these same symptoms. she seems healthy. i feed them a mixture of layer pellets and starter due to having chicks with the flock. i give them treats on occasion, nothing fancy. grapes, raisins, and oatmeal. none of my flock have ever been wormed but have yet to have a problem. taking roo to vet after work today, want to get a poop test done.