I have read a few threads about green poops and they never end well. Does this ever have a good outcome? BACK STORY: We had a sick molting hen a few weeks back. She was squat walking and seemed tired and the tips of she new quills were bleeding but it did not seen like she had been pecked. I I bought her in to keep her warm. I looked her over and checked what I could (I even used a magnifying glass. Her croup was smaller and softer than usual but it was not empty. She has always been a slight hen but it seemed that her keel was protruding more then usual. I wormed her though the flock had a negative fecal just 4 weeks earlier. I also gave her some cooked liver and vitamins (for iron) as she seemed to have lost blood and she did perk up a bit afterwards but continued to squat walk on and off. A few days along with thousands of quill tips we noticed mites crawling on the paper towels we were using to line the shower that was her temporary home. We dusted her with Sevin and she steadily recovered. Two days later, even though it was 18 degrees and she was half bald from molting she was jumping all over, pecking at the window and squawking at her flock mates but mostly because she was being so loud I put her back out. Since then she has seemed well and her new feathers have mostly come in but she looks still a bit thin. TODAY: Today when I was cleaning the coop I found a row of wet poops in the sand on the floor, some of then have grass green streaks or splats. I checked and found a few more like this in the yard. The green poops in the coop are not under the area when the previously sick chicken usually roosts but, of course, they do sometimes changed spots. I clean the coop every few days and there were more wet poops under the roost that normal of about a week. I did notice a splat of green and white poop in the yard on Friday and looked around the run and coop but didn't notice any others until this afternoon The hens are all eating and drinking normally. They get layer and scatter a few handfuls of scratch mix that includes hulled raw sunflower seeds and oyster shell calcium out for them a couple times a day.. When I noticed the mites I powder the three hens that are easy to catch with Sevin dust and I dumped a cup in the spot where they all dust thinking it would be enough to get rid of the mites. I will take go out and note which hens are above the green poop mess and probably then take them each off the roost and check their keels, croups and vents tonight and post if I find something more. For now my worry is that the other green poop threads don't seem to have good outcomes and I can't figure out what the cause was or if it's contagious.