Hi, my BYC peeps! I've searched many, many threads, but I can't find an answer to my girls' issue. This is my first flock, so forgive my ignorance, and this is not an emergency. Wasn't sure where else to post this... My Cochin and my BPR have poopy bum feathers. Their poop is fine - not runny at all. I have bathed my Cochin a couple of times, and I trim her bum feathers frequently. My BPR only started having this issue recently. They eat pellet and free range for several hours a day. I give them a handful of BOSS or worms once per week. They eat/drink/run/lay/behave/squawk and carry on like their normal diva selves, and their eggs are very clean. I really think it's just that their droppings leave residue. Ew. I worry about infection if the poopy feathers sit next to their skin for extended time. And it mars my otherwise perfectly white Cochin (except for the dirty feet that I don't think I can avoid in this rainy weather). My question is: is there something I can do/should be doing? Or is there a way to get them to use toilet paper? Or a bidet? I will try to get pics tomorrow if I get home before dark.