One of the chickens in my flock is very sick. For those of you with experience, I would greatly appreciate your help. Norma Jean is a Golden Campine. She is roughly five months old. She is fully feathered, and her tail has recently grown quite long. Her comb and wattles have developed in the last month, and she may be about ready to lay. In fact, I'm wondering if she has and egg stuck internally. I fed our six girls a package of meal worms yesterday afternoon. Norma Jean went for them like they were candy. She ate more than anyone else. In the evening, around 6:00pm, she was sitting on the floor of their indoor enclosure. The other five were settling in on the roosting pole. It appeared that Norma Jean had dug out a little hollow (maybe a nest?) in the pine shavings to sit in. She did not move. Now, one of the other chickens just started laying a few days ago. I figured (correctly) that an egg was under Norma Jean. We found that egg this morning. The little hollow space was poopy and wet. The egg under her was NOT her egg. I'm certain of this because Campines lay white eggs, and this one was brown, just like the other two my Dominique has been laying. This morning, I went to inspect the coop before I left for work. Norma Jean was sitting in the straw in their covered enclosure, not moving. Everyone else was eating or scratching like normal. I went inside and easily picked her up. She didn't try to run away at all. Her rear end was covered in poo, very messy and tangled, and she was terribly weak. I took her into the house and cleaned her up a bit, making sure to blow dry her before I put her back outside. She was also breathing through an open beak. Poor little Norma Jean is clearly distressed, and I'm afraid she is fading fast. I honestly expect to go home to a dead bird tonight. Dose anyone have any ideas of how I can help her?