Hello - I am hoping to get some advice to guide me in the right direction. This morning, I noticed my 2 year old Polish Bantam hen, Meghan, not acting in her usual curious, frisky manner . She was slow to come out of the coop and just stood around with no interest in eating, only drinking. Crop was not impacted, no signs if mites, and no lesions in mouth, nose, vent or eyes. I did notice a few small scabs on her wattles and ear lobes, but to be honest, I never see them because of her head feathers, so who knows how long they have been there. Her eyes are clear and breathing normal. Tried yogurt, scrambled eggs, and mealworms to no avail. My Outlook reminder popped up a few days ago that she is due for her 6 month worming (Valbazen), and was planning on taking care of that in the next few days. Rest of flock is healthy. She is finishing up a molt and looks beautiful, but her poop this evening caused me pause. It was bright yellow and foamy. I am attaching a photo. She has not laid in several months, but assumed that was due to molt and less daylight. Any advice would be much appreciated. This is my daughter's favorite hen and we all want her to get better soon. Thank you!