My hen - hatched 10/15 and vaccinated the same day - has been limping for almost 3 weeks. I had 2 roos that had been hatched with her and when hormones kicked in the boys were enthusiastic and one was a bit aggressive. I thought she sprained a toe(s) on her right foot. I originally thought that she had been a victim of an overzealous rooster but this morning, after getting noticeably better over the last several days, she came out with a stronger limp but still was out free-ranging the whole day. This evening I went to head to the coop and the other 5 hens all came running - except her. She tried but layed immediately back down and her right wing, from a distance, looked like it may be broken; it just kinda hung there for a moment then went back into place. I went to go get her and as I picked her up to carry her to the coop I noticed her right foot, the one she had been lame on, had all the toes curled. Her wing went right back to where it should be but flopped when she tried to walk. She's eating, drinking, pooping fine. She had been getting up on a low perch all this time but tonight she is nesting in the corner - after eating and drinking. I would have taken her to the vet sooner but she made improvement every day so I had talked myself into thinking it was a rooster injury. Now I am wondering if it is Marek's? Tomorrow I head to the health food store for the hypercurium. What is the vet going to do for her?