Went just now to give the girls a treat and realized one was in the coop...not usual at this time of day. She was huddled at one end and when I offered the treat, she limped heavily...hardly putting any weight on her right foot and even extending her right wing to use as a sort of crutch. DH put on his magnifying helmet and looked over the foot and so did I...saw nothing out of the ordinary. Her feet were fairly dirty so we washed them off and...still nothing. We moved the joints and palpated everything and see no difference whatsoever from her other leg/foot. No swelling, no redness, no heat, no blood. We tried putting 2 fingers in each foot and letting her stand...she'll grip with the right, but not nearly as tightly as with the "good" one. Our decision was to put her back in the coop so she doesn't have to climb the ramp and leave her be. We'll check her a couple times a day and hope it corrects itself. I'm hoping it might be just a strain...she may have slipped on the ramp or something. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd be grateful. She's a 10 month RSL, and has 5 flockmates the same age.