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    Molting hen with red stool

    She is active, eating and drinking normally. There are a lot of persimmons on the ground, could eating those cause discolored stools?
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    Molting hen with red stool

    I have a year old barred rock hen that is molting pretty hard. Noticed her stool is red colored now, but isn’t runny. Is this normal with a molting hen or should I treat for parasites?
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    Hiding hen

    No, just have a tire that’s used as a dust bath. The hen just stays away from the rest in the run and if they get near her, she runs away. I’ve not seen any hens peck at her, I have seen them run up at her but not that often.
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    Hiding hen

    We have 7 barred rocks and 2 Australorpes.
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    Hiding hen

    Coop is 5x10x10, the run is 10x20
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    Hiding hen

    18 weeks old
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    Hiding hen

    No, she just hides and acts like she’s scared of the other hens. I have seen her eat and drink.
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    Hiding hen

    I have a flock of 18 week old hens and have noticed one hen has been hiding in the coop all day and runs from the flock when she’s around them. I haven’t seen the others peck at her but have seen them intimidate her and I do have two sets of feed and water for all. How do I fix this problem?
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