Hi everyone, I must say you have all been incredibly helpful over the last couple of days, but I would love to ask everyone some advice and follow up questions. I have an old Isa Brown/Rhode Island Red about 5-6 years old. She stopped laying a few years ago, although every now and then we get an egg from her, sometimes without a shell (only membrane). The other day she was hiding away (she usually is with at least one of either our 2 Australorps or our Elizabeth bantam duck), with her wings drooping. It has been averaging 36 degrees or higher here with the Aussie summer, so we thought she was hot. However it was like she lost her voice, her broaks where whispery, few and far between and hoarse. I coaxed her out and she did this watery suphur-yellow poo, ignored the treats I brought her (!!) and went on her way. She went to bed incredibly early. Yesterday she was lethargic again, had a slight tinge to her comb (which cleared up during the day) made a token couple of pecks at her food in the morning, and in the afternoon we found her alone and lying down, with some more weird yellow poos around her. We had bought a dewormer yesterday (Levamisole), and we had to improvise dosing everyone (not big drinkers but we dialuted it onto bread), although she drank a far bit, but not the whole dose. This morning she ate, but is still weird. Sorry for the long post but I want you all to have details. Few questions are: - I can't find anything about overdosing on Levamisole. Do you guys think it is worth trying to give her another dose (they say 8 drops in 100mL of water) tonight, and hope she drinks another 50mL today? - I've read a lot about cayenne pepper. How much should you put in the food and water? I read the thread about Blackhead and turkeys, which said a much bigger dose, but again no proportions. I'd like to help the chemicals with organic things. - I've seen pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, apple cider vinegar and garlic mentioned (all their water sources have garlic cloves in them at the moment) to help with worms. Any other advice? Hopefully she just has an infestation we can whack over the head quickly. - Has anyone had these symptoms before who can help? Especially if it's not worms? Thank you so very much.