Hi All! Newbie quailer here. I have a Texas A&M coturnix quail that has been looking a bit rough for the last month. I assumed it was just molt, but she is getting worse instead of better. I have 14 hens and all of the rest have finished their molt and are looking beautiful. All of a sudden she went from looking disheveled to bare skin on her sides and even a bit bloody on one side (see pic below). I watched to see if anyone was picking on her - none that I could see, but she is definitely picking at herself, almost constantly (poor girl!). Here are her vitals: . Eating normally - attacked the food dish when I put it back in, just like all the others. . Drinking normally - watched her drink after she ate. . Acting normally, other than the constant picking - not lethargic. . They all have 24/7 access to a sand box for dusting - I scoop it every two days and refresh it with more sand and DE weekly. . I use a solid bottom covered with grass hay - I change out the hay every two days and sprinkle DE on it weekly. . I have noticed some diarrhea in the coop, but don't know if it is coming from her. Anyone have any idea what's going on? Is this just a bad molt or is it something worse? Please help me help my girl. Thanks!!