Hello everyone I have a Light Sussex Bantam hen who has been looking under the weather for a couple of weeks, but was eating reasonably OK up to a few days ago. I noticed that at least some of her poop had become very runny also, but no sign of blood or anything like that. On Friday (2 days ago) I brought her to the vet in the evening. She couldn't find anything specific that was causing the problem. She suggested a possible Vitamin B deficiency but the other two hens I have are in the best of health and all have access to the same food so that didn't seem very likely to me. She gave me some Vitamin B in powder form to be added to food. She also gave her a shot of antibiotic and a supply of Tylan Soluble 5g in 20ml water and I am to give the hen 0.2ml of this once a day for 7 days starting this evening. My problems now are as follows: The hen isn't eating anything at all and the last 'voluntary intake' of anything was about 3 sips of water on Saturday morning. I phoned the vet shortly before they were due to close for the weekend and they said she needed to be crop fed and I should bring her in, but there was not sufficient time to get her there and in fact I am really not able to afford all the vet bills (which is why i am seriously looking at rehoming my hens). I will bring her in to the vet tomorrow if she is still in the land of the living - but in the meantime I have started using a 1ml syringe to feed her on cooked porridge which is made sufficiently liquid to be sucked up into the syringe. I administer it much as I did the Panacur which i had to use a few months ago. I am also just giving water from the syringe into the side of her unopened beak which she seems to be taking OK. Poop so far today is like a sort of viscous, fairly transparent albumen like substance with what is like a splash of creamy/yellowish paint in it. No sign of any worms or blood. The hen walked a few steps this morning but generally looks pretty stupified and lets me pick her up easily which she would not normally do. Question 1: How much porridge 'mush' should I try to get into her? Question 2: How much additional water should I give her? I think the vet said she weighed around 750g or so She is indoors in a cardboard box with woodshavings and straw. Any advice at all would be much appreciated. Thank you!