As the title says, Tuppence has laid three 'eggs' now over three days that have just been a pile of loose egg white and a tiny bit of yolk, as well a bit of fecal matter. They have all had some, but not much, blood. Yesterday's "egg" seemed to have the shell membrane passed separately, but the other two had no membrane at all. Her poop is watery and thin, her comb and wattles are still a nice bright red, but her comb is floppy and she's very subdued and not coming out of the coop. Her vent looks OK - I didn't inspect it fully, but just moving the feathers out the way and gently pulling on the feathers to open the vent a little showed that it was clean, moist and pale. Her breathing is fine, eyes are fine and no nasal discharge. I tried to tempt her with some oatmeal but she didn't even look at it. Can anyone help me figure out what to do? I have some antibiotics here in the cupboard (Baytril Oral 25mg/ml) - should I start her on them? Any other treatment ideas that might help? It's difficult to isolate her as I only have one other hen her age/size and the second coop has my young chickens in it (8 wks old) so to isolate her would mean my other hen would be also be isolated. (Of course if it looks viral I guess I can figure out a way to separate them both). She's a 1yr old Black Australorp/ISA brown hybrid. Sorry - my camera batteries died so I can't get pics.