I own two hens, a Leghorn and a Bantam. I am scheduled to check them into the County Fair today at 2pm, so I would like to know as much as possible so that I can help her and whether I need to keep her home or not. Last night while I was cleaning their coop, I noticed that both the girls had extreamly runny droppings. It was not urine-related; instead of having defined droppings it was just a bunch of goopy mush. The leghorn had it the worst, and I also noticed that (as I picked her up- go figure) she was excreating urine seperately. Her tail feathers had urine and droppings matted in it. I noticed that within both girl's droppings there were some corn shells and grass. I let them both out in the yard a day or two ago and they kept pick at the grass. Since grass isn't a normal part of a chicken's diet, I assumed that's why they both pasted it. Their diet consits of 3/5 part Laying crumbles, 1/5 scratch grains, 1/5 oyster shells/egg shells. I also sprinkel a touch of garlic on their feed, and I normally put 1teaspoon of vinigar in their water to keep the algea down. I just got these girls in March and they are my first chickens, so I still feel pretty new to this! If anyone knows what wrong and how I can help please let me know. As I said before, I am taking them to the fair this afternoon. They will be staying there for a week, so I need to know whether or not it's safe to still take them. I have the choice of putting them in the poultry house to be judged or just putting them in the petting zoo (they will have their own pen and they will be the only birds there).