Sorry in advance for the odd post! We recently adopted 5 older hens (maybe 4-5 years old). They don't appear to be in terrible health but were with many other chickens who had very bad leg mites. We treated them for this before adding them to our flock. Two of the hens seem to have persistently poopy butts, their poop gets stuck on their feathers. These two chickens also don't roost, they attempt to sleep in either a corner or nesting box. Could there be a link between the poopy butts and not roosting? Its been in the 20's and 30's here so although I would love to bathe them, I haven't had the opportunity and my husband isn't a fan of chickens in the house (although that may be my solution). Also I do recognize that their poop doesn't look like healthy chicken poop to me, but I don't know what runny poop means for them. Any advice is appreciated! Thank you!!