Golden Comet Producing Odd Droppings, On New Feed

catsandpoultry

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Hi! I am relatively new to raising chickens, and very new to Backyard Chickens. I have 3 golden comet pullets. One of them, Pebble, has been producing mostly liquid, some solid droppings. I don't think she is sick, but I know watery droppings aren't good. They have 24/7 access to food and water, and it is not very hot outside. (In the sixties and seventies.) They are 15 weeks old and I have recently switched them to layer pellets. Could this be the problem? I would greatly appreciate any advice on what might be going on and how to deal with it. Thank you!
P.S. I have looked at a lot of pictures of chicken droppings online, and all I have determined is that they are producing odd droppings. She has only done this a few times that I know of, and she seems fine otherwise. None of my other chickens have been doing this.
 

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I would watch the pullet. Sometimes they do had wierd droppings. Doesn't always mean problems. Chickens will hide illness like all birds so just keep a close eye. If it seem lethargic or is hiding out away from other birds, that is a clue they might not be feeling great.

Caroline
 

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