Hi all. Sorry for my first post being a negative one! I have a question about one of our 4 chickens. She is a white Wyandotte, who is 9 months old (and still not laying). In July she became very lethargic and the absolute picture of misery. She'd hunch down, standing separately from the other 3, often with her eyes closed, and went off her food. We inspected her and found she had lice, which we treated about July 26th or so, and she has been free of lice since (she was the only one who had them but we dusted them all). She continued to look and behave miserably and we treated her for worms with Aviverm. DH noticed that sometimes she drops food out of her mouth or looks like she has trouble swallowing (I've not noticed anything myself). She will sometimes extend her neck and open her beak. Anyway, DH was convinced she had gapeworm and we got a dose of Ivermectin from the vet, which we gave her August 22nd. I had a good look down her throat (well, as well as I could!) and couldn't see anything. She is still miserable but not as much as she was when she had lice. She eats more, but not as much as she used to and not as much as the other chooks. She is often separate from them and sits hunched down but doesn't have her eyes closed as much. She comes running for treats / scratch like the others do. I sometimes see brown runny poo around and assume it's hers, but it's not every time she poops. It's not watery, just less solid and not the usual grey / white combo. Occasionally see yellowish runny poo too. No other symptoms. Any idea what is up with her???