'ello and good morning all! I'm the proud momma of three lovely ladies who we got as lil hatchlings this past April. We have Mrs. Henrietta Hensworth, a buff chantecler, Gretchen Von Peck, a buff minorca, and Jean Pierre de Plumage, a salmon favorelle. These three lovely ladies are a joy (and you can check 'em out on instagram #hensofburgoyne). Sadly tho, in the course of a day someone plucked almost all feathers from Gretchen's neck. Craziness. Fully feathered when they got their morning scraps (carrot peels and apples, no seeds), then almost bare base of her neck when I went to close up the coop that night. (see photo below) We've had a ton of rain, so they haven't been out roaming so I'm pegging bordeom as the culprit and will be making adjustments with bordeom busters and whatnot. Gretchen was, of course quarantined so she can let her feathers grow back in, but I'm severely concerned. She's mid-molt, so a lot of the feathers pulled were pin/blood feathers. She had blood and some scabbing at the follicle on many of them. She seems in good spirits, but isn't eating like I'd expect (as in she doesn't eat everything in sight as per her usual), and then she's had some seriously watery poops. Any thoughts/ideas? Right now I'm just concerned about getting her thru the feather replenishment so she can get back out to join her sisters.