My 11 month old silver laced wyandotte has been sick for 1 week (that we know of). She's in a cage in the garage (the rest of the flock was picking on her). Here are her symptoms: 1. Lethargic 2. Not eating/drinking 3. Weight loss (very skinny) 4. Sitting a lot 5. Not active, won't run, just walks casually 6. Not laying eggs, although I'm fairly certain she never has because I've never seen her in the roosting bin Here's what we know: 1. Checked for mites (none) 2. Checked for sneezing, mucus in eyes, puffiness (no sign of bronchial infection or sickness) 3. Felt around her bottom for egg bound, inserted finger into egg vent, felt around for eggs (gross I know, but everything seemed fine) 4. Checked crop (there's some grain/sandy type stuff in the bottom but it is small and not bloated or hard, sort of like a deflated balloon filled with a little sand) 5. Checked poop (no blood, no worms, semi-solid dark green/brown/white, sometimes runnier after we force a lot of liquid and medicine down her) Here's what we've done: 1. Force fed syringes of pedialyte & baby chick feed for hydration & nutrition 2. Force fed syringes of Duramycin-10 (antibiotic) for 4 days now 3. Force fed syringes of wazine wormer 2 days 4. Force fed apple cider vinegar 1 day (in case there's a fungal infection) 5. Offered her yogurt, blueberries, oatmeal, regular chicken food, scrambled eggs (she didn't want any of it!) It seems like I'm at a dead end. She's not getting better but she's also not getting much worse (aside from obviously deteriorating from not eating/drinking). Any suggestions? I may try giving her Tylan soluble. Has anyone experienced this? I'm so sad and hate to see her suffer.