I have a 6 month old New Hampshire Red pullet. About 3 weeks ago we noticed that she was limping, checked her out and sure enough she had bumblefoot. We did a surgery, wrapped her foot up and put her back with the others. She limped for a few days and then seemed to be better. Then about a week ago I noticed that she really was not walking much, she would just stay in one place most of the day. She was eating and going to the fount for water, but then would lay back down. She was putting herself to bed at night and getting out of the coop in the morning. The foot is almost healed, I thought she was just enjoying a few lazy days and keeping the weight off of her foot. Then about 3 days ago, I happened to be collecting eggs and watched her poo. It was mostly water that shot right out followed by some very bright lime/neon green small poo. Yesterday I noticed that she seems to be losing weight. I brought her up to the garage, and she ate like crazy when I put her in the kennel. Gave her some avia charge in some water and she perked up some. Last night I put her back in with the girls at bedtime. This morning she wouldn't get up in the coop when I put the other girls out. I have her now back in the garage in a kennel. She has not eaten today and I the only way I can get her to drink is to force her beak in the water. She is now holding her mouth open, but not panting. She continues to have the bowel movements that are like water at first and then the lime green solids. She will not stand up. Her comb and wattles are bright red, her eyes are bright and she is alert. I am at a loss. She is the only one of my flock with this issue. The only thing I have seen online regarding this kind of poo is liver disease. Should I try to treat her with something or cull her? Any ideas or suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in advance. Edited to add: Tonight I gave her some yogurt with oats and she did eat a bit of that and drank a bit of water. She did stand to eat, but it seems like she will only stand for about 3 minutes and then she lays back down. She has her tail down again tonight. Also, I should mention that I can't feel an egg or see any pieces of shell near or in her vent. I checked for that the other day. My heart just breaks for her. I hate to see them ill.