I know this is probably a hopeless question, just need to vent. But wanted to see if anyone else has experienced this. Last month one of our big beautiful black hens, less than a year old, died. My son found her lying on the barn floor when he went to feed breakfast. Not a mark on her. We thought maybe she had fallen from the rafters and broken her neck, once in a great while they do fall if they start scuffling with each other up there. But usually they can at least save themselves, we have only had one other hen in past years do that, and she was old, so we think in her case she just died of old age, and fell.. Now today, another one. She was three years old or so. Same or similar parentage as the hen last month..She was still warm when I found her this morning. It is hard for me to believe that two could fall from the rafters in such a short space of time, without some other contributing factor. But I am at a loss as to what. They have been healthy, and all going out every day. There's not really much forage for them outside yet, so that kinda rules out something they ate. Right now they are eating cracked corn which we alternate with scratch, mixed grains or occasionally flock raiser. And they free range. Just dewormed with Safeguard in January. And two or three times a week throughout the winter they have VitaproB vitamins or organic ACV in their water. They have all been very healthy as far as I can tell. Any thoughts?