Our 30 week old golden campine has developed three symptoms in the last week. First, her face turned blacker around her eyes and beak, then she stopped laying and now her comb has shrunk in half and turned dark purple at the base. She doesn't appear to have lost weight, still has appetite and normal poos. No behavioral change. Eyes bright and clear. No facial swelling, nasal discharge, sneezing or wheezing. Wattles still red and vibrant. Fed Layena with free choice grit and oyster shell. Started to introduce a bit of scratch. Free range occasionally. Pine shavings for bedding and a last week added light coating of a grass/alfalfa hay mix in outdoor run. Had a cold snap two weeks ago, but hasn't been below freezing since then. Temp varies between low 40's and upper 60's. There was a slight amount of blood yesterday on her comb. It appears the pecking order is being rearranged starting yesterday, but her symptoms started before that. The others have a complete and utter hatred of this bird. Those that sit above her look for any excuse to beat her up and for good reasoning, she's is the meanest bird we have. She would never show them ANY weakness and if they showed weakness she would try to kill them. Isolated her today, mostly for observation. Any ideas? I'm thinking I'm just going to have to wait and see.