Hi everyone. I live in MA and currently it's 90 degrees and 60% humidity (was even higher earlier). My Light Brahma, Luna, is exhibiting what seems to me to be heat stress symptoms today. She laid an egg this morning but when I went out to the run right after lunch, she was standing in one spot, in the sun, panting. I moved her into the shade and put a waterer with NutriDrench right in front of her, and she drank quite a bit. I also misted her a bit with the hose and used a handheld fan I found inside. Still, she's not looking too good. She'll drink if the waterer is right in front of her, but otherwise she just sits and doesn't move. She was picking at some treats about an hour ago (Garden Delight poultry treat), and I tried giving her a scrambled egg but she wouldn't eat it. Right now she's just sitting in a corner and if I approach her, she moves to a different corner. Her droppings are loose, as is to be expected in this weather, but they're also a yellow color that I've never seen before. Could that be from the NutriDrench? Should I be worried about that? Anyway, all tips would be appreciated. I assume this is heat stress but I also don't want to miss anything if you think the yellow droppings and lethargy could be a sign of something else. I decided to just leave her alone for a bit since she did drink quite a bit before. I'll go out again in about an hour to see if I can get her to drink more and maybe pick at some food. Anything else you recommend? Hopefully it will cool down soon... Thank you!