I have a silkie, about 6 maybe 7 months. She weighs maybe 2 lbs. Two days ago (toward the afternoon) she was lethargic and I separated her from the other chickens . She had no other obvious symptoms or signs. By evening she seemed to be eating and feeling better so I put her back in the chicken pen/coop. The next morning I checked on her and she was lethargic (again) so I brought her back inside. I looked at the poop in the cage I had her in the day before , but it was just green and runny. Her butt also has some runny poop on it. I read the forums and her crop felt full even though she had nothing to eat and it was morning. So I gave her some oil and massaged her crop. Later in the afternoon the crop seemed smaller and she began occasionally pooping. Her poop came out (a little) in a solid mass of grass. She ate a little on her own (egg yolks) off/on yesterday morning/afternoon, but by evening stopped eating. I have also not seen her drink anything. So we have been giving her water (with electrolytes) through a syringe. My first question how much water do we need to give her throughout the day while she is not drinking on her own? I have looked everywhere and have found no answer. How much food? I read egg yolks and yogurt were good. Plus it might be easiest to get down her little beak. There are no other obvious signs- no nasal dripping, no dropping wings, wheezing, coughing etc. She won't lay down (unless I'm holding her) if this means anything. She tends to stay in one place. She moves her mouth quite often even though she hasn't drank or ate anything. Her head droops , but it seems to do this because she is sleeping standing up- alot. She hasn't laid any eggs (to our knowledge) we did feel around for any eggs on her backside, but not in her vent. Not sure what else to do for her. Thought maybe we would get her some plain yogurt. Not sure if we should get medication or what kind since her symptoms don't seem to match alot of the other things i have read about. We switched the chickens to layer pellets about a month ago. Before this they were getting the medicated chicken feed. The other 5 chickens seem just fine. Any suggestions or help would greatly be appreciated. We live in a rural area so am hoping I will know what to do ASAP so I can drive to town to the store to get what we need. Thanks!