My 3 year old golden Campine, Dora, was found standing in the outside run just standing with her eyes closed. Thought it might be the warm sun was making her drowsy, bu upon further examination, she was listless and not feeling well. I watched her drink a lot of water several times. I took her into the house and kenneled her with white towels to see what her poop would be like, is white (like a milk shake), her comb, wattles, earlobes and feet feel like they are on fire. Her crop is full, but no hard mass can be found, very jelly-like, feels like it's full of liquid. She seems to act like she has too much in her crop, like she will gack it up, but she keeps drinking. Her breathing is a bit labored, no rasping/rattling though. Nasal passage is clear, no runny eyes. No skin infections, lesions, cuts. No foul smell coming from beak. No butt pasting. Comb was bright red this morning, now is turning lighter pink. I put her on a towel bolster and she is resting more comfortably. She is my dominant hen, rarely lays eggs, does not exhibit being egg bound and not standing like a penguin. Chicken Health Handbook just offers everything, but nothing on her combination and a scary assortment of things it could be. None of the other 11 girls seem to be having any trouble. Everything is clean, they live in a palace, get to be in a grassy run for a little while every day, dirt run during the day, housed in a huge temp. controlled coop at night (yep, princesses). She and all the others get ACV in their water with Avi-Charge 2000. I have her on water with a little ACV and Immuno-Charge. Wondering if tetracycline would hurt to use until I might be able to get her to a vet? Anyway, thanks for any ideas.