This morning one of my male ancona ducks didn't want to leave the pen when I let them out and was just sitting in the corner. Assuming he was just being stubborn I tried to scare him out but when he stood up to walk, he stumbled and just layed there. I was scared he broke his leg somehow so I took him out, to no protest by him. I started checking him over and he was perfectly still and wasn't making any noise. Which is very odd for our ducks, they normally try to get free or at least quack non stop. I checked his wings, his legs, and his feet but everything seemed perfect actually. There wasn't any sore on the bottom of his feet and it didn't appear to hurt when I bent his legs. I set him down and he walked a little, so he is able to walk, but then after a few steps he sat down and hasn't moved. I have seen something similar when we had meat chickens who got too large to walk anymore. I know Anconas are fairly large but our Pekins are bigger and haven't had any problems. Also, he has an excess amount of drool dripping from his mouth in a string from his bill. I know this isn't a good sign but don't know what it means. Does anyone have any insight on what could be wrong? He was fine yesterday and there are no vets in the area. So is he just too large or is there something else wrong? If we did decide to put him down would he be okay to eat (which was what he was originally meant for)? Thanks for your help!