Hello to all you Chicken Lovers! I need some much needed advise to save my girls. My flock is slowly decreasing is size and I can't figure out what's happening. I have had a variety of girls over the past three years....my husband buys his work boots from Tractor Supply. They have always been housed in a shed until this fall we moved the shed to our home and attached it to an out building on out property. They are fenced in and very safe and I have not problems with them outside. However, winter in Minnesota is cold and they hate walking in snow so they don't get out every when 25 and below. The girls have a wood burning stove all day and if it gets to cold, a nib-co kicks in at 40 degrees. My first girl I put down was "Scabby", a two year old leg horn that basically stopped eating and drinking. She spent the last four days in the house with us and she did start to make a few sounds and eat some. When I brought her in, I started giving her a sulfur antibiotic thinking Coccidiosis, but after more research, I think she had fluid in her, I just couldn't autopsy her, uck. Earlier this week I found the same bright green poop from "Grandma" a three year old RR. Now my remaining girls are on antibiotics and two are showing similar signs as Scabby: lethargic, not eating/drinking, shoulders hunched up and feathers puffed a little and SLEEPING ALL THE TIME. WHAT SHOULD I DO? I just want them healthy and to go out side.