I have a broody gal that just wouldn't give up, so I bought some fertile eggs for her to sit on. She's been broody since the 7th of July, eating and drinking when I would pull her off the nest. Now, all of 3 days after putting the eggs under her, when I was out in the coop just now, I saw her off the nest for the first time, with a trail of green diarrhea all over the fresh pine shavings. Research I saw said to offer yogurt and moistened crumble food. I am going to offer that as soon as I post this, along with some electrolyte solution in her water. 1. Does this sound like a case of having been on the nest for a long time and not getting much to eat? Or something bigger? 2. Should I be worried about the eggs? I had planned to do the day-3 candle tonight... Fortunately, she's completely isolated, so I'm hoping it won't affect the rest of my flock. (I had to isolate her because she was in the favorite nest box and that was causing issues with my other girls.) I immediately removed all the green poo from the area, along with all shavings in the vicinity. So I'm hoping it won't contaminate the area if it's something "catchy". Also, nothing got on the eggs themselves. She's been a very careful mama, and hasn't pooed in the nest at all. After she was done, she went back to her nest to sit. Thanks for any help you can offer!