Hi all. I have a large BLRW rooster who is about 3 years old. Big boy, but super skinny. e has access to the same pasture and feed as all the other ladies (50 or so birds right now) who are mostly fine. A couple of them are skinny too though. I try to set the skinny birds aside in rabbit hutches and feed them. In addition to layer pellets they get suet, cracked corn, and cat food. I just wormed the flock as well. Not sure that it is the issue, but as a precaution. The rooster has been hanging on, but now is having trouble perching. I really want to get this guy better. They didn't have access to pellets 24/7 before this week, but were on pasture and were fed some pellets in the AM. Everyone else crops were full by the end of the day, except for his, which would be partial to empty. As soon as I started separating him to feed directly, he would eat but he never had as full a crop as the other ladies. More than when he was on pasture though. Any ideas? He seems healthy otherwise. He is NOT the alpha of the flock. He sleeps on the ground these days under the perches, and there is some small minor pecking going on every now and then, but nothing that seems out of place. Thanks for the help.