Our RIR – Goldie is lethargic. She is six months old and has usually been laying normally. For the past three days, she hasn’t layed an egg. She is usually kind of stand offish around the other girls but she wouldn’t get down off the roost this morning. We put her up on the roost last night. She is the most picked on of our girls (1 of 6) and (1 of 2 RIRs). I have recently seen her poop and it does look blackish and runny. We have been given our girls. Corid in a 4 gallon water container. We have been using the prophylactic does of 3ml/gal. Our dog came down with coccid when the girls were about 6 weeks old. A were born in July 2014. We also give poultry booster a pelleted type supplement of vitamins and minerals. So, onto my problem – being a newbie. What do we do to isolate Goldie from the group? I have seen the bath tub, we have a small run that we used with the girls were little. Not sure if she should be outside though. There isn’t a coop attached to it and I am worried about her being too cold. It is very wet/foggy and has been and it is predicted to be that way for days. She has lost weight, we checked her against her sister and she is thin. Some say said check something in one of the forums – I didn’t understand what chicken part that was. I have tried different things today to get her to eat. I have tried yogurt and the other girls think I am the best person in the world. Goldie just stood to the side and didn’t want to do anything. So this afternoon, I tried tofu and of course the other girls think I should be queen. Goldie just stood away from everyone. I do notice that when she is away from everyone else she fluffs out her feathers you know how they do that after they have dusted themselves. She feels warm, she does have a dirty comb. We had a round of frost bite a few weeks back and they got their combs slicked. Someone please reply L . This is my plan so please let me know what you think. I am going to bring her in the house. I won’t sleep a wink if I know she is outside by herself. I can use a temporary dog gate and a box. I don’t think she will try and get out of it. I am going to see if her poop reacts to hydrogen peroxide. I will also try someone else’s poop to see if it reacts too. If so, then all poop reacts and it am back to guessing. I know how hydrogen peroxide reacts to blood. To me, it looks black enough to be blood. Next step, convince my husband that I am not nuts. I am going to try separate water and food for her while she is inside, I am thinking of a yogurt/feed mixture. Thoughts advice?? I thought about posting a picture of the poop but It is dark now.