I have a molting RRR that is pooping VERY watery poop, (why do they molt at the beginning of winter???) It got down to 29 degrees last night, so I cleaned the coop yesterday to decrease humidity, and put a tarp over ithe coop to decrease drafts and help insulate. It's a small coop. The other 2 chickens that are not molting were fine, but the RRR has few feathers and she got frost bite on her comb. I brought her in the house, and I can hear her breathing faintly, though not labored, so I'm thinking she may have a respiratory infection as well. I'm not sure what kind of illness she has that her poop is all water, and the molting sure doesn't help her abitity to keep warm. I bought a bunch of meal worms to help give her energy and protein last week and she is not interested, although the others love them. She is not listless, but clearly is not very healthy. I'm not sure if I should seek out a vet, but last time I checked they would charge hundreds of dollars. Any advice??