Hello all...(this is actually my first ever post here) I’ve recently (with int the last year) been losing my silkie hens to what I’m guessing is “silkie pile suffocation” and am hoping someone has some suggestions: 1) to prevent silkie piles and 2) what to do with my recent victim. This morning I found one of my 3.5 month only silkie pullets still in the coop after all the others were out. She was alert, but moving in what I can only describe as drunk and wobbly with her neck crinked (made up word) toward her left side. I put her in the run with the others in hopes she would eat and drink, but she will not. I came back to find her laying in the corner at which time I brought her inside. She responds when I pet her and will take water from a syringe but is more interested in ‘sleeping’. She has been healthy and active up until today, so I’m guessing that she may have been stuck at the bottom of the silkie pile last night with little to no oxygen? Any thoughts on how to revive/save this little girl? She is the 3rd hen I’ve lost like this in the past year and I’m really discouraged by the loss. Additional information: I feed them Nature’s Best Organic Feed (Tractor Supply) with Rooster Booster mixed in during the winter. They were out foraging during our first warm snowless day (2 days ago). I’ve raised chickens for about 10 years now, but only recently (last year) went to an all Silkie flock. Any thoughts on preventing Silkie piles? Thanks so much!