Greetings - This site has been the most helpful since my husband adopted a group of Cornish Rock meat birds last May. I took the advice of several members and successfully have the 3 hens laying regularly. One week ago, I noticed one with a large tear in her skin behind and under her wing, most likely from over-mating. We separated her, cleaned the wound, put neosporin on it, fed her layer feed, peanuts, fresh veggies, yogurt and Gatorade. One week later, she is healing nicely. Not once, throughout this ordeal, did she demonstrate lethargy or loss of appetite, nor did she stop laying. I examine her poop - which changes daily, it has all been in the normal range - until this morning. I am attaching a photo of it - what in the hell is that big piece? - it looks like chicken! Can someone help me - she is acting fine, otherwise.