Over the last few days, i've noticed 1-2 intestinal lining poops each day. I determined which bird it was coming from, an Ameraucana. She had other normal poops inbetween the lining poops. What concerns me is that the poop trays I clean out every AM have shown her to have only 1-2 normal poops a night, with 1-2 lining poops. This has been the case the last few days. To add to my concern, the amount of poop overall in the trays has decreased AND this AM the space under two other birds' roosts also had the lining poops. (Though it is possible, I suppose, that they shifted around during the night and its coming from the same bird.) Still, the amount of poop overall in the trays has decreased over the last few days. Last week, the Ameraucana was picking at the other birds pretty aggressively which i determined was a power play for the top of the pecking order and also a protein defeciency. So I added higher protein treats. (yogurt, egg yolk, a homemade flock block, mealworms, soldier fly larvae, etc.) I haven't noticed any picking but am still finding a lot of feathers thru out the day. Could they be molting? Could the lining poops be a result of the changes in diet? Or is there a problem/illness I should be treating??Nn I can post pics of the poop and pullet if it helps. Edited to update subject line.