so I'm feeling extremely guilty right now. I have an austroloup whip I think got frostbite on her comb about a month ago (turned brownish on the top) other then that and a bit of feather puffing she seemed fine. our hens are nit big on being handled so I checked her once quickly and she seemed ok (good weight feisty ie put me the he'll down) so I figured she was ok! well over the past month I've had moments of concern but she seemed to be doing ok not thriving but ok. this afternoon when I went in the coop she was in a corner not moving at all. I left her there thinking she was dead and that I'd have hubby take care ofburying her later but looked in again she was in a different corner (probably should have gotten her out of the coop at that point but I was running out with my kids to the car dealership and had to be there by 2:30. I was happy to see she was alive although she did not look good and I know hiding in a corners not a good thing. when I got back I went strait to the coop she had moved again was New corner and was not moving at all I went about coop chores and noticed slight head lifting. so I got a box put hay in it and put her in it to keep her in a quiet and dark space so she could at least be semi comfy. when I picked her up she was all skin and bones also her comb was wheeling a bit and looked pecked. she can hardly move. I don't have it in me to cull her. my husband will if we are told how (he says he can't handle twisting her neck) sorry for this looong post. I guess I have a question and that is do I cull her and if so how (is a bullet painful to the bird?) secondly can someone help me with the guilt? I'm wondering now what more I should have done. I feel horrible! third do I need to be worried about the rest of My flock?