Ok, here's the scoop. Fudge's poo had been runny, so we began pulling up the sweet feed and increasing her hay, which has done wonders for her. Poos are again looking more normal...not yet perfect, but more normal. Anywho, today was thunder storming and I went out to check them in the pen to find that a shingle had come loose (its an old relic..lol) and the pen was sopping and they were cold. I couldn't leave them in there, and the only other suitable option was the chicken coop, which they frequent on warm days anyway. So I ushered them both over there. They were obviously much happier and DRYER there! Here inlies the problem. I put their hay feeder in the coop and that worked for the time being, but when I went out a few hours later to check them, they were eating the chicken feed. So now I have chickens that eat goats feed, and goats that eat chickens feed....oi, what next!? My question is how bad is the chicken feed going to be on them? I just got Fudge's tummy to settle down.... I'm unsure of how much they ate also. The chickens are on organic pullet grower feed, mixed with corn, oats, millet, wheat, barley, chic peas, coconut pulp, flax seed...etc. (All organic, and its my own mix.) It averages out to a 18% protein, 3% fat, 7% fiber, and 0.8% salt. They enjoyed it more than their sweet feed, from what I saw! Is it bad for them? Or, could it be better for them? Maybe there is some minor adjustment I can make to the mix so that they can all eat the same thing? (minus the calcium for the pullets once they begin laying) Any ideas?