Our poor Appenzeller Spitzhauben is having a rough morning. I have not noticed any strange activity from her lately and work from home with the girls in view, but looked out the window this morning to our bantam cochin attacking her - which is very unusual because they are usually 2 peas in a pod. She seemed unable to stand up and was on her back then rolled over and seemed to be crawling away. I ran out and brought her in. She immediately stood up as though all was well and happily sat down on my lap for bit. I checked her over and her legs, chest, wings all seem ok, but there seems to be very slight swelling around the back of her beak and cheeks. And then, on closer inspection, she has groupings of small, thin, grayish bugs squirming over her. I inspected several of our other girls who she spend the most time with and can't find them on anyone else. Apple is now back outside running around and eating like nothing ever happened. All her behavior was a bit weird, but I'm mostly concerned about the bugs. We have never had a bug problem before. The girls free range, have a ton of dirt bath spots and the coop is cleaned out every week. I am leaning towards lice, but they just don't seem to really fit any bug category I can find. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Bugs are seen on center spots in the picture.