I have a Silkie hen that has been having very watery poop for the past few months. She has also been laying soft shelled eggs. I have 4 other Silkie hens and 1 Silkie rooster that are pooping normally. They are all about a year and a half old. I had wormed all of them a couple of months ago (after this all started) with Valbazen, so I don't feel that it's a worm issue. I do notice that she drinks a lot of water. But when she poops, it's like an explosive poop (comes out like a jet), and is mostly cloudy-white water and some green stuff. She acts fine, but I'm wondering why it has been going on for so long. And I'm also wondering if this may have to do with why she keeps laying soft shelled eggs. They are currently on Nutrena NatureWise layer pellets. I also offer oyster shells to them at all times. Any ideas or suggestions?? According to the "Poo Chart", this is what her poos are looking like: So based on this, she may have what's called "Clostridium Perfringens". And based on what I've been reading, I could use Fish Zole to treat it, which I have. Here's a picture of one of the eggs she layed today (the smaller soft-shelled one), alongside one from one of my other hens: There's definitely something going on. Please let me know what you think.