yesterday I noticed that my little Golden campine EE mix was laying out in the run while everyone else was eating...so I tried to pick her up. She ran away from me , but not before taking about 10 steps, staggering and falling back to kinda sit on her haunches.......she isn't sitting the way chickens usually sit to rest on the ground. I managed to catch her and put her in isolation....she looks good aside from being a little dirty on the breast area. Her eyes are bright, she's alert, eating some, drinking....today when I checked on her she was sorta pushing herself along on her belly, like her legs won't work. We have had some pretty cold nights ( for South Louisiana anyway) 19 and 20 degrees...I tried to get everybody under shelter, I don't have a traditional "coop" since it rarely gets really cold here. My roost/coop area is basically a lean-to in the area where everybody likes to roost. I have another roost area that has 3 walls, but most of the time they like the other....go figure. She may have stayed on our outside roosts, but I'm not sure. She's such a pretty girl, I hate to see her ill, but at this point I'm not sure what it might be... any ideas?