So my 12 fat babies and I have survived this blizzard. I've got 6 month old leghorns. They've been through quite a lot these last two days. They have a large covered run but it's a muddy mess. There have been snow blowers and shovels and we had to clear the roof on the run which was loud. It's also freezing. They've been doing the flamingo pose trying to keep their feet warm I guess. It's warm and dry in the coop but they've been outside by choice. While I was out with them I heard a loud splat and one of them let loose a nice pile of liquid poop. Think it's the stress of all the change. Could it be the spinach I gave them yesterday as a treat? Or should I be worried.....how long do I let this go before I worry? I would say they ate less today. And drank less as well. But there is a pile of snow in the corner of the run that they've been in quite a bit so they could be getting water there. Egg laying is oddly at normal. When do I freak out?