Hello, I have 2 Leghorn Hens that we got as little peep peeps, as we call them, and one has been observed laying around the yard and seems to be very weak. Separating her from the other chickens this evening to check on individual droppings but she has some interesting issues going on with her droppings. Seems to be diarrhea to me but her feathers have also started to look like they are rotting? I will post some pictures of the poor gal and if anyone has any experience please help! We feed and water them daily, with fresh batches and cleaned bowls each day. They roam the yard during the day and we have built coops for them to sleep in at night with straw bedding. We have 9 hens (of various sizes and breed, divided among 2 coops) and 1 rooster and she is the only one exhibiting this condition/behavior. We had been getting eggs here or there with no shell and I am starting to suspect it may be her. We feed them Egg Layer Pellets. She definitely appears to have lost weight as she is now much smaller than her sister hen. Her comb has become discolored and extremely droopy. Most likely to dehydration? And she overall seems to be weakening. Used to be you couldn't take a step in her direction without her high tailing it out of the area so you couldn't get her, to just laying there and letting you move her or pet her. I asked a local vet for some advice and the only thing he could think of (as he doesn't actually treat chickens or any backyard style poultry) was Coccidia, and to bring in a sample of her droppings so he could test. If anyone has any info it would be of great help! We named the Leghorns Thing 1 and Thing 2 cause they are just so crazy and run around like the Suess tricksters! Its sad seeing her like this. Thank you very much! -Kyle Images of her feet were in case there were any questions as to the condition in regards to her laying about.