Hello - My flock of four moved into the new coop last night. They are eating, although not as much as usual. They did enjoy some scratch that I put on the roosts, hoping they would get the hint. They are in a (mostly) plywood coop, with pine shavings from the same bale they've had throughout their life in the brooder. Same feed. I fed them two small cucumber plants (extras) last night and a slug I found in the garden. My GL Wyandotte is a bit smaller than the others, has been for weeks. They are all nine weeks old. Last night it looked like she had something caught in her throat; she gasped a bit and shook her head. Then it appeared she headed for the water (but I don't know for certain) and I assumed all was well. This evening I see her gasping, her throat moving very fast, and a bit of head shaking. I saw a cecal poop (I thought) today that was brown and liquid. As I watched the flock, it looked like two others breathed with their mouths open. Neither looks distressed, or are extending their neck and sort of pulsating like the GLW. I'm reluctant to go down and pick them up to compare crops, etc., but I will if I have to. They are still pretty skittish and frightened of me since the big move. What info should I post here? I've been scouring the gasping threads, but most seem to have other upper respiratory symptoms, or weepy eyes, or something else. Thanks. Worried mom.