My Rhode Island Red, Rosie, is not doing well. This is the third day. She is not eating but drinking alot of water. She is pooping alot of watery liquid and what sometimes seems to be like an egg white consistency. There are also white streaks or small green/yellow poo in it too. Rosie is a year and a half old and is an OK layer. She is sleeping alot and staying to herself. Temperatures are in the teens here now, but the coop is heated to 35 degrees although all the girls prefer to stay out in the run most of the day. They have ample layer feed, fresh water always available and get warm treats throughout the day, including oatmeal, baked sweet potatoes, corn on the cob, BOSS and chopped kale this time of year. Her vent looks OK, but could she be egg bound? She has a history of laying very ridged eggs with extremely thin shells. Sometimes eggs without shells and I've had to pull the egg sac out that was still hanging out of her vent a couple of times in the past. This is her 3rd day without eating. I don't want her to suffer and am wondering if I should dispatch her. For now, I will bring her inside in the dog crate to keep an eye on her, and hope that someone here knows why a hen would poop vast amounts of water. Thanks!