My cochin is on day 16 of setting 12 eggs, and is very determined. I have to lift her off every day for a poo, and she's actually being quite good about eating and drinking, as the food and water are right under her beak, next to the nest. However, her poo has started to become very green over the last week or so! I wonder if she's not eating enough, and it's bile making the odd colouring, or perhaps her diet is doing it - she will only eat sunflower hearts, crushed peanuts and cherry tomatoes! Quite a high protein diet, so again, perhaps responsible for the colour. The consistency and amount of poo seems normal (for a broody anyway!). She's also doing a normal-looking caecal poo once a day too. She seems very healthy otherwise though, and flaps, preens and exercises very vigorously when she's out for her poo break. I don't see the water level in the bowl going down very much so I'm not sure she's drinking a lot, but the poo is always nice and moist, with normal-looking white urates, so I suppose she's probably getting enough fluid. Am I worrying about nothing? Or could the green poo be a sign that I need to take some action? Thanks all.