I wrote about a week ago about a pullet that was droopy and overall just kind of blah. (https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/642848/droopy-hen#post_8681467) She got better for about two days and she's suddenly back to blah... When I picked her up to give her a "check-up", she feels like she might have lost a few ounces. She also seems to have diarhea - there was yellow (like banana pudding colored) poo on her bum feathers. Her vent looks perfectly fine, no mites, fleas or cuts. She seems to be fine other than her actions/personality. It's kind of like watching a little old lady creep around the run. She seems to be cold, too, which I don't think helps her with whatever it is she's got. I was searching through the forums to see what it MIGHT be, and I came across this thread: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/...ppetite-inactive-clear-watery-poo-new-symptom I have a feeling this might be what's wrong with my girl. I did notice that some of my other pullets have slightly runny to diahrea poo as well. We have been getting a lot of rain/snow/wet ground lately, and though they don't usually eat them, my birds do peck at the worms quite a bit. --------------- If I worm my whole flock, will it hurt them if they don't actually have worms? What about the fact that the pullets are all laying eggs? I have 11 pullets (including a possible broody) and a cockeral in one pen and 7 cockerals in an adjacent pen. ALL are BANTAMS. What would anyone suggest??