I have a year old chicken who has had orange (sometimes a little foamy) poop for a few weeks. This poop sometimes has some "regular poop" mixed in with it, but not much. They look like the foamy cecal poops from one of the poop links you frequently see on here (http://www.chat.allotment.org.uk/index.php?topic=17568.0). It doesn't look as foamy as the "worms" poop picture. know this is usually a sign of worms so I wormed all the girls with Ivermectin (pour on) 10 days ago. But her poop is still orange/cecal without much else so I started watching her a little more. She is breathing with her mouth open in the day time. She is still rather vocal though. Its hot here in GA, between 80 and 95 each day, so that's something else to take into account. At night, her beak is closed. But when I checked on her tonight, I heard a slight wheeze. Nothing major and it had to be quiet for me to hear it. Today, the feathers around her throat /neck were moving around a lot, like if a person opened and closed their throat quickly. She DOESN'T : shake her head, have any dischage in her nose area, have swollen eyes. She also hasn't been laying for awhile. She is still eating a lot of scratch when I throw it in the pen. She ate a lot of yogurt yesterday. I saw her eat a little from the feeder today too. She seems like her regular self except for the poop and open mouth. She may always have her mouth open during the day, but I hadn't noticed before I started looking for symptoms. Any ideas for what this may be? Should I be worried? Guess it could be gapeworm, but it sounds like its not too common and she might not have lasted this long with a bad case. I guess it could be something resperitory, but I have no idea about those problems. She is my most skiddish hen so I can't look into her mouth to confirm or deny worms. I'm going to give them all some apple cider vinegar in their water tomorrow. Other idea? Thanks for all the help in advance!