Hi I'm hoping there is a quick answer for this. I looked up everything I could about poop in BYC and the internet, but nothing described poop like what I'm seeing. A day or two ago, I noticed what I thought was a drop of spray foam insulation in the run, then I realized it was a poop. The next day they were all pooping what I now describe as thick pancake mix. The chickens are all acting healthy- good appetites, active. There was one afternoon when they had run out of water before feeding time. I feed them organic layer pellets and all natural crumbles. Previously they had regular crumbles from a different but reputable manufacturer. This past week, I've supplemented the feed with: -some fruit, but that's never bothered them before. -a leftover packet of cream cheese from Dunkin Donuts. -a couple ears of corn to peck at -grass/weed clippings -a small pumpkin, broken open so they could eat the seeds -a mix of electrolytes, crumbles and water for the two cross-beaked pullets, but of course everyone has to taste... One article said it could be malnutrition that causes bulky poop, nothing on what to do about it Another article said it was protozoans A third said it was mito-somethings..I forgot, I remember thinking that was weird because I thought mitochondrians lived inside cells.