When I came home from work yesterday (I sometimes work and don't spend all of my time on the BYC), one of the Golden Comets, was standing at the feeder, dead. I couldn't tell if she was maybe frozen, as she was in the cross breeze of the open hatch open and open front door, I brought her in and she didn't recover. I couldn't find any signs of trauma, but it was as if her beak was stuck in the feeder and thus what was supporting her stand. I've been monitoring the lot rather closely, as we have new chickens, a few sitting on eggs and a full infirmary. I hadn't noticed anything wrong with her, bar feathers reluctant to come in. In fact, she was the model for the saddle guards. Any thoughts to what could have done her in? She was of the chickens who liked to come gardening with me - I'll miss her.