I put my new flock into my new coop about a week ago. I have a nipple watering system attached to a 5 gal bucket. Anticipating some stress for the chicks upon removing them from the brooder and putting them outdoors in their new home, I added one packet of SavaChick electrolyte powder for a dilute solution and a "glug" of ACV. I have not previously used either. I now find a clear to white slime in the 5 gallon bucket. No dark growth or bad odor. I suspect it is due to the ACV, possibly interacting with the electrolyte solution? Any thoughts? I also have a small plain water system and the chicks seem to drink from both.