I live in Oregon and our coop sits on top of a fenced in run. We have been having a LOT of rain the past little while and today the temperatures dropped. We have seven chickens right now, three of which are "teenager" chickens. They're big and try and act bossy but really they're not quite fully grown, they're about 12-14 weeks old. Well, scratch that, 12-14 weeks from when we bought them. No idea what the average age is when they're in store. So our littler ones and our full grown hens have been semi-harmoniously living in the coop together. The big girls roost at night and the little girls haven't started yet (maybe because of bullying) and they huddle together in the two unused nesting boxes. Yesterday my two oldest children went outside to feed and water the chickens, they were all fine wandering around in the run, etc. Today my oldest daughter went out to feed them and found one of the little girls, Kung Pao, was in a little huddled up, nesting position, in a deep puddle of water. She was barely moving and any time she did move our bossiest hen, Tia, would peck at her. She clearly was bullied into the corner at some point and just never left. When my daughter ran to get me she was very upset (she just lost her chicken, Yui, last week due to a neighbor's cat) and thought she was dead. I went out and she was clearly alive but NOT doing well. All the chickens were muddy and the big girls were super moody. We scooped two of the younger girls into a separate tote in the shed with fresh shavings and a towel to sleep for the night and then went to help Kung Pao. During all the commotion the bullied chicken, Kung Pao, started to flail and push out her legs to get out of the puddle but couldn't keep her balance. My daughter climbed in the coop and lifted her out. She set her down to try and safely climb the rest of the way out of the coop and when she set Kung Pao on her feet she immediately fell over. We wrapped her in a towel and brought her inside. But now I'm worried this is too warm? Would she be better off with her sisters in the tote in the shed for now? She sitting in a cardboard box now with some towels and a heat lamp and she occasionally opens her eyes and chirps but doesn't move other than a rare stretch of her wings. My son is watching her in case she miraculously warms up and decides to explore the house. To be honest, I'm not sure she's going to make it, she's not balancing well, isn't making noise, just opens her eyes and stretches every once in a while. Has anyone had something like this happen? Do we just keep her comfy and hope for the best? We're new at this, obviously, and while we had great success with our first flock, introducing these smaller girls has been terrible. I'm almost wondering if if would be better to find the little ones a new home because of the bullying going on. We'd all be devastated to see them go but I just don't know what's best anymore. Any support or advice is welcomed.