Five young hens, all going on 11 months old. They all seem to be perfectly fine including regular laying. I've noticed as the winter thaw has moved into high gear we started to see occasional diarrhea. One of them does it more (say 1-3 times a day) than the others (say 0-1 times a day). Excepting these incidents their poops seem perfectly normal (including the cecal ones). When a loose one happens is usually looks like if you took a normal poo and soaked it in water until it began to "melt". Sometimes they can be a very thin green or simply clear. This has been going on for about a week and is otherwise asymptomatic. It hasn't changed in frequency. There is nothing in the poop to indicate parasites (that I know of) and 95% of the pooping is exactly what it's always been. Again they are all acting perfectly normal - and VERY excited about spring! As the thaw really started to kick in, puddles formed in their run. We've tried to sop it up with judicious use of straw. But it's impossible to prevent standing water 100% of the time in every square inch. We've also started taking them on they thawed patches of land so they can actually forage. Now they're getting greens and grass and bugs that they haven't been getting for months... I have added Rooster Booster (with lactobacillus), Nutri-Drench, and Grapefruit Seed Extract to their waterer just in case they gut flora is re-adjusting to the change of seasons. Of course IF they can find a poo-marinated puddle they MUCH prefer to drink out of that than the nice, clean waterer. I continue to try to eliminate puddles... Since I see no signs of parasites, and no signs of abnormal behavior, I'm not overly concerned. But I also can't figure out what's going on. Any thoughts?