I am trying to find out why 2 of my chickens died. I have had chickens for only 1 year, so there is still so much I haven't experienced with them and need to learn. I had one 5-month old pullet die on Monday (it was actually my daughter's) and another 1 which is 1 year old which died just an hour or so ago. I called our 4H poultry chain leader, and he didn't know what they might have had. His guess was maybe worms? I looked on this website for a little while and even added some questions to a post on here, but couldn't come up with an answer. That's why I decided to start a new post. My daughter's pullet and my chicken were in different pens but exhibited the same symptoms. It's like they were wasting away. It is like they starved to death---no food in the crop, very little weight on the body. When I found each one of them, she was very weak, could not really move (but the day before each one of them acted fine). Neither one was interested in food or water and had light, very bright green liquidy poop. Before they died, they had labored breathing, with their bodies quivering all over like they were cold. The 1-yr-old chicken had rattley-sounding breathing before she died as well. After reading some stuff online, I fed my 1-year old chicken some scrambled egg yesterday after finding her. She acted ravenously hungry, so I figured that maybe the other chickens were keeping her away from the food. But, this morning I found her to be in as bad of a condition as I found her yesterday morning--maybe worse. She did not eat any of the crumbles or scratch I left out for her overnight, and when I held her over the food or water, she acted disinterested and wouldn't try to eat or drink even when I stuck her beak in it. By the way, I isolated each one after finding them. Could this be worms or coccidiosis or cholera? I am at a real loss, and I want to find out what this is so that the others don't come down with it. Here is an overview of the symptoms: wasting away, emaciated no energy to move, extremely exhausted bright, light green liquidy poop--awfully smelly 5-month old pullet drooled a little while I was walking around with her quivering body and labored breathing before death Anybody with any ideas, please help. I don't want to lose any more of my chickens. Thanks so much.