Hello, I recently (Saturday morning and it's Sunday evening right now) acquired my first two baby chicks - a Light Brahma and a Black Jersey Giant. I'm growing them to be egg layers at some point. I have been watching their droppings, and recently they have been fluffy-looking and rather watery. When the chicks poop (both of them), they extend their wings and shoot their dropping with a noticeable sound. I did notice a single dropping that was solid and white with a bit of green. Should I be concerned? I keep looking for healthy chick droppings but all I see is for grown birds. The chicks are in the garage and the temperature doesn't go below 50°F at night and 80°F during the day. They do have a temporary white bulb and I have a heating pad under the box. The babies are acting fairly chirpy and pecking at the box non-stop, but the consistency of their droppings has been worrying me. The babies are under constant supervision and they seem to be okay with their behavior but I just don't know. I have them on medicated chick starter in a plastic feeder and I bought a metal waterer with just filtered water (same the family drinks). Thank you in advance for all your help and I'll apologize in advance for my neurotic behavior.