I know this question is asked quite often as I have searched it repeatedly, but I can't seem to find answers directly relating to chicks. I have 2, 5 week old chicks, a Belgian D'uccle and a black silkie, and they (mostly the silkie) have been pooping mostly water for the last few days. I have looked at the "poop pics" and it doesn't look like any of them. It's mostly clear fluid with little pieces of dark greenish/brownish solids. They are kept inside in a 3'x3' box lined with newspaper, and when they poop, it looks like water was spilled on the paper. They do have solid poops occasionallly, but not as often as they used to. They eat starter crumbles, but I have given them yogurt for the last couple days, also, to see if it helps (though I can't find anywhere how much they should have, they would eat it all day if they could ). Today we put a little mineral grit in the yogurt after I read they needed it to digest anything besides crumbles. But, it's even waterier than it was yesterday. We got vitamin powder for their water but I haven't given it to them yet. I know that clear, watery poop is often related to being overheated and/or stress. How hot is too hot at at this age? I had been using a heating pad under a corner of their box since they were 3 days old, I had turned it down to low last week, but removed it a few days ago. The room they are in is in the low 80's during the day. They have never been outside, could they have worms? Also, I let them out of their box a few times a day to socialize with me and play with each other (have done this since I got them). Am I stressing them out? I am leaving them alone tonight just in case that's it and it's SOOO HARD.... They seem fine other than the poop. Is their anything else I need to do?