Betty, my two year old Light Brahma, was almost ready to die last night after two or three days of worsening diarrhea. Yesterday I brought her inside and put her in a crate with yogurt, water and some flock feed. My cat has been battling an infection and I had some amoxicyllin for him. I swiped one from him and broke a tablet in half, about 20 mg, and put it inside Betty's beak. Throughout the day, she would eat a little yogurt, some peanut butter, and poop a bright green, almost straight water, poop when I hauled her out of the crate and placed her on a newspaper on the window shelf. (All my chickens are paper trained, it seems. They all refuse to poop in the crate.) Anyway, Betty got worse, and by nightfall she could barely stand and keep her eyes open. I gave her another half tab of amoxicyllin, but wasn't expecting her to live through the night. This morning she was alive and improved, but still has the bright jello-green diarrhea, and she doesn't want to eat. I have no vet in my town who knows anything about poultry, so I'm on my own. I plan on trying to get some antibiotics at the feed store today, and the only one I know is what the vet gave me for my cat. It's obviously helped her improve, so I'll keep on with it. Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong with Betty? She looks wonderful except for being so sick with diarrhea. None of the other flock is sick.