Hi friends, One of our RIR's was shy about coming out of the coop a few mornings ago. Her comb was grayish on top, but since has improved somewhat. Her toes were kinda swollen, with feathers sticking to them, and red lines as if bleeding but I haven't seen blood. They still look like that, only slightly improved. That week had been a cold snap, from previously 50, even 60-ish days to 45-degree days and below 30 at night. But this was the 6th night of that, and the following day started warming and has stayed that way. A few days previous, I noticed white lines down her butt, and lately yellowish. She mostly holds her tail way down, feathers puffed out, walks around slow, and hides under the coop a lot. Still has an interest in eating and drinking, but not a lot. Ruby is 2 1/2 years old and has always been brave and the one to jump the electric fence and hang out until we put her back in. But she definitely hasn't been outside the fence for some months. Does anyone recognize these symptoms? I thought of mild frostbite but that doesn't explain the diarrhea. The 12 other hens are just fine and everything normal. Thanks a million for any help you can give! We do not have an avian vet here (living on a island in NW WA). I apologize, having taken lots of pics yesterday I lost them trying to get them into my computer. Will try again tomorrow when it's light.