O.K. , usually I can take care of the flock with enough research and alot of effort on my part to take them through most illness I have encountered so far. This one just has me baffled. I am really not good to identify the poop colors since it is pretty hard to do and put a disease with them. This roo started squirting almost pure white poop, maybe with a little regular green. At first I thought he was stressed or drank excessive or maybe he ate something that was harmful. He ate, drank and ran around o. k., he even roosted at night, no weezing, no snot, not eye problems no respiratory problems. I kept him in the horse barn for the day and looked at his poop and watched him carefully. He is still pooping almost a pure white and now he is uncoordinated and seems to be uanable to fly to his roost. I put him in the wire mesh stall in the laying boxes (no one is using them, it is too cold) and he is just in there. Not doing well. I lost a white notch Polish this day, he also was not doing well, but his poop was not like the roo I am typing about. I think he was just ready to go. I almost expect for him to be dead in the morning. He is a young red jungle fowl with yellow legs, the only other roo like this I have. I am really pretty sad about this, since he was hatched from an egg I found in the old barn from a hen that I no longer have. She ran away when we moved. Any suggestions (besides isolation) would be greatly appreciated. I am just at a loss with this. I am also afraid for the rest of the flock. I have been finding dead wild birds about the property lately, more than usual.