Sorry if this is posted in the wrong area... not sure if it's an emergency or not! This is our first time raising baby chicks. We picked up 5 chicks on Monday afternoon from a NPIP local farm/breeder. All seemed good until after we arrived home (a 2 hour drive). Our silver laced wyandotte is approximately 2-3 weeks old and has always been a bit slower (not as quick to find the mealworms, easy to catch, etc)... she eats well and drinks well, likes to forage outside with the other girls, etc. However, she just seems a little "off" compared to the other girls (1 buff orpington, 1 easter egger, 1 olive egger, 1 delaware.) She definitely takes more naps than the others, but I'm not sure if it's just her personality. Today, I noticed her poop is a bit watery, mucus-like, a hint of yellow, the brown is more like ground beef... no blood at all. Didn't look like worms or anything either. Is this anything to be concerned about? Should we treat and if so, what do you recommend? Thank you!