Long time lurker but first time poster... I've read lots of threads on milky/foamy poop, which I experienced from almost all 8 of my backyard flock today. They range in age from about 6 months to about 1.5 years (only two old enough to lay). Never had a health problem, but didn't like what I saw this morning. It started with lots of white foamy poop that "melted" into the ground like this (2 spots had touches of blood-not dark, thick, but light spots-no pics of the blood.) Throughout the morning, things seem to be going in the right direction, but still far wetter and whiter than I usually see. here are a few more pics: We've had two days of heavy rain-they are in a coop and run setup, but typically get 3-4 hours of free range per day. The past two days, they got at most 1 hr due to very bad weather. This means they were in the muddy run all day. I did pick poo but it's hard to feel you're getting it all in such soggy conditions. Their coop floor (sand/dirt combo) was dry and free of all poo. They have a covered dust bath area (sand/dirt/peat moss) also clean. Last night, a violent storm rolled through with heavy winds, lots of trees down, and big drop in temp. This is all a long winded way of asking if: A. You'd chalk this up to nasty weather and keep an eye on them over the next day or so -or- B. worry about a cocciodosis outbreak due to the damp conditions and treat the whole flock. Would love opinions!