i have a 7 month old silkie rooster that as of yesterday morning could not use his right leg. It just stayed extended before him and he'd try to hobble around with the other leg working. By last evening, he was just laying and i thought I was gonna loose him. He couldn't use either leg and just flopped around. It has been Very Hot here in southwest KS 100-110 degrees over that last 2 weeks, and I being a new chick owner have not known how to keep these chickens cool. They are 5 in a chicken tractor with a 24 sf. run. I brought the chicken inside to get cooled down and kept offering water, which he would drink some and then would just lay there or flop. I put him back in the tractor for the night cause it had cooled down and thought he'd be dead this morning cause of how he lays there. Well, he's still flopping and I need some advice! I have kept giving him water and offered some food but he only excepts water. He's still laying there this afternoon sometimes he holds his head up and sometimes he's totally layed out. can't seem to use either leg, it's like they have no muscle. Is it how a heat stroke would act? Thanks for any help!