Female Peking Not Eating

AZ Ducks

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She seemed ok Friday. We were gone all day Sat. Was out in their coop, have another female and one drake, and she was not acting right: hiding in the back of the coop, shy, not very active at all. Changed their water, she got in and drank some, but the other two seemed to ignore her. We have a spare small red coop and moved her to it. She has lost weight, barely talks, but makes some noise when we go in the coop. She has pooped and peed, and been laying eggs, even today. But, something is wrong, she is not eating. I don't know what to do. Help!!
 

AZ Ducks

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Nov 18, 2018
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Can you get a pic of her poop @casportpony is our resident poop inspector and can tell a lot by their poop. Also please give us other things like what you feed and is the drake been mating her a lot? Have you looked her over for anything unusual ?
Will try to get a pic of next poop. She has only gone once since putting in separate coop. And my son and I picked it apart looking for worms or what not. Part of it was dark green and the other part was black green, firm. I don't think he is over mating. He loves fresh water and we change it every other day. Usually the only time we see him mate. They are on crumbles and fresh veggies: lettuce, melons, bell peppers, squash, cucumbers. Usually run them through the processor shredded. The other two are fin. We looked her over, couldn't see or feel anything wrong. She was fine to me holding her, but pulled away from my son looking at her: tried to look in mouth as she will open, but no noise, felt her neck, feet, tummy, nothing.
 

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Have you gotten a pic of her poop yet? How about trying some of her favorite treats to get her a bit in her belly.....but take a pic of poop first...we don't want the treats you give her to affect the poop color/texture.
 

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