Okay... I don't know where to start. I already have two other posts that I am not getting any help with. I seem to have something spreading through my flock and I don't know what it is or what to do for it! I currently have two pullets in the house in cat carriers. I have a 30wk old EE pullet that has stinky diarrhea, slightly lethargic and shows a lack of interest in food - but does eat. The other is an 18wk old SpLRW that almost died of cocci (was in the death position, no use of legs, no head control, ect) and now eats, drinks and stands on her own again, but after 5 days, she's still sick. I also have a 27.5wk old SS pullet who has a floppy tail. I have lost two others that start with the droopy tail, then stops eating and then stands around in a upright position with eyes closed and just waste away and die. The last one wasn't found right away (took us a few hours to find her) and she was just covered in maggots in a relatively short period of time. I also have a Sebright who's been sneezing and gaping for three weeks. I wormed her 10 days ago (tonight is 2nd dose night) and she isn't showing any improvement. She's eating, is active and otherwise seems normal (no discharges). I noticed a couple of my other girls are sneezing the same as her - this just started in the last couple of days. I noticed another one of my 23wk old Silkies has bad diarrhea and another EE had diarrhea. They eat pullet grower and medicated starter w/ all day free ranging. They have free choice to oyster shell and grit. They get about 2-3lbs of scratch a day. Bedding is pine shavings. There are no chemicals or changes (other than the temps and the amount of rain we've gotten). I've been fighting with individual cases of cocci all summer because of how wet it's been, but otherwise everyone has been healthy. What is wrong with my flock?! I had to euthanize my first chicken today. She had a slipped tendon that wouldn't stay and then began gaping. She hasn't been out of the hen shed for over a week and I decided enough was enough.