Hi, Ok, I am trying to figure out if these things are related. One week ago my neighbor dumped a gallon of gasoline in his yard (BTW this is totally illegal) and then flooded the yard to get rid of it. The water was all over my yard and through my chicken run. I thought it was soapy, come to find out later it was tainted with gasoline. The next day one of my happy, healthy chickens suddenly died. She was fine at night when the girls went to bed, dead in the coop the next morning. At first I thought she was egg bound, then I found out about the gasoline and thought this may have been the reason. Today (1 week from gasoline incident) another one of my hens died suddenly. She was perfectly healthy 12 hours ago. Could this be because of the gasoline tainted water? Even a week later (I thought we were possibly in the clear). I know 1 gallon of gasoline can taint 750,000 gallons of water, but I'm not sure how hazardous it would be when soaked through the soil. My chickens are well fed and watered, but we have been having high temperatures (over 90 F). The chicken that died today was my oldest and hardiest hen, she laid enormous eggs and has always looked so healthy. I have recently run out of oyster shell (waiting for more to arrive in the mail) and I'm wondering if a couple weeks without oyster could cause them to become egg bound and suddenly die? If it's the gasoline will flooding the run with more water help? They are primarily in their coop or large run but often get out to free range in the yard as well. Thank you for your input!!