Hello! I know it's been a while. After poor Sheila's egg binding, I have been feeding my flock mostly laying pellets and oats, with the occasional yogurt and cheese for protein and calcium. They have had a constant supply of oyster shell and grit. Recently I have been putting out a chicken block with molasses and all kinds of stuff in it - I thought it would be good because of the protein. Unfortunately my hens who weren't laying before are still not laying (maybe because the weather's getting colder?). I'm worried that they will end up like Sheila - my two other ISA Browns are the ones having the trouble. My question is about my hen Frances (one of the ISA Brown's) - she's having trouble with her coordination and is very wobbly (tonight she didn't stay on the roost and is sleeping on the floor). She has a good appetite and it looks like she may be beginning to molt. She had some very watery diarrhea today. She's over two years old, I think. I'm hoping this isn't egg binding all over again. Thank you to anyone who can provide advice, much appreciated all the wonderful advice before!