My younger girls (about 20 weeks) are losing a few feathers here and there, nothing big. Their poop is lovely. For poop. YOU know. However, my older birds (2.5 years) are molting up a storm. They look so awful! Oddly, their poop has been pretty wet for awhile - one in particular is really liquid some of the time. The really wet girl, my partridge cochin, is acting totally normal in every other way: good appetite, drinking well, happy though bedraggled. None of my molting layers is laying. They're all eating the same stuff: layer and grower (some of each out there, with oyster shells if desired), and a nice assortment of kitchen snacks. I've increased protein to them for the molt, but they're also getting a lot of apple stuff ('tis the season!) and greens. If it were dietary, I'd think ALL of them would be runny. I don't remember this being the case last year when they molted, but maybe it's because I have a poop board under the perch they've chosen, while last year, they perched over bedding? Does the molt affect their poop, or am I looking at something more sinister?