Is it possible for a chook to get depressed, and so fast? Here's why I'm asking: I have a barred rock that I got in June, after she was isolated for the required time, she was introduced to the flock. It was way tough for a while for her, as they really gave her a hard time. Very slowly she was accepted into the flock. There was issues with egg laying and the whole pecking order thing. I thought it was all settled, but lately the BR hasn't been looking good, and they started picking on her again, two days with no egg from her (could be the change in daylight) but she makes sad sounds and her once bright colored comb is flopping over and getting more of a pink color. Her poo looks kinda watery pea soup green with a little white. Not terrible, not stinky. But not normal for her. I let her out for a while yesterday, and she perked up, but when they all had to go back in for the evening, she made sad sounds again, and this morning too. I can't let them out too much because we have a hawk hanging around, any suggestions? .