And doesn't it figure that it was the "pet" of the group that went first. Only one other even has a name. What causes sudden death without symptoms? The only thing I saw that was off with her was that her bum needed plucked again and was getting a little dirty. No maggots or anything like that, even with her having been dead for a while (she was stiff), so I didn't leave the dirty feathers too long. I couldn't stomach a full post mortem, but I did do a louse/mite check, checked her orifices (no prolapse, no violence, no evidence of drainage from eyes or nose), and just kind of a general once over. This morning... well, no, come to think, this morning she WASN'T in my face like usual. But last night she begged to be lifted into the house like she always does. Did. There's an off chance that we may have some diarrhea in the flock, but it still seems within normal range according to that site with all the droppings pictures. So I'm worried that they're all going to start dropping like flies. What do I need to be looking for?