I have an 11 week old pullet, Lilly, who has very watery droppings. Not runny droppings, but watery, as in the brown part is well-formed and surrounded by what looks like water. To be honest, I haven't really been seeing any urates, either (the white part of the dropping). Her droppings have looked like this for a while. Aside from the peculiar droppings, she seems healthy. She is very active and spunky. She eats pretty voraciously, which could also be a sign she has worms, I guess, but she is also a growing chick that needs food to grow. I don't know if she is underweight or developing slowly because I only have her and another pullet of that age right now (all my other chickens are adults). The other pullet, Abby, is a bit bigger than her, but Abby is a Jersey Giant, so I would think that she should be a little bigger than Lilly. Lilly is a Speckled Sussex. I guess you could say her comb (tiny as it is) is pale/yellowish, but she is a little hen and her comb really hasn't started developing much, so a pale color could be normal at this age, right? I would like to know if you think she does have worms/parasites. Is it possible only she could have the worms/parasites? I thought they were very contagious. (My other chickens don't seem to have the same symptoms. Not even the other pullet that is always with her.) If this is worms, is it safe to deworm a chick/pullet? Thanks for your help!