It's been cold here (30's) but not as cold as it has been (teens). But with the addition of about 2 inches of snow, my birds have not wanted to go outside. (Can't get those dainty toes in that white fluffy stuff!) I noticed one of the birds was leaving loose droppings on the droppings board under the roost for the past 2 days. This afternoon when I went to gather eggs again, I found a green egg in the nest box, all covered w/diarrhea. Well, at least I've narrowed the culprits down to two. Any idea what would be causing this, and what should I do to help eliminate the diarrhea? This is my first year, first winter with chickens...any help would be appreciated! Food has been the same (Purina Layena) with scraps from kids lunches as a treat, such as leftover spaghetti, green beans, etc. They get about a cup of scratch that I toss outside in the run, but since the arrival of snow, they have not been going outside, so I held off on the scratch. Access to grit and calcium in the coop, along with their feed and heated waterer.