Hi! I rescued two female Pekins today. One is 6 months old and looks really healthy. The other is 1.5 years old, is laying eggs and looks moderately healthy. Her feather quality isn't great, but she is a healthy weight and her eyes and bill look good. My problem is that she sounds just like a guinea pig. She just squeaks and squeals like a baby pig. I have heard that this can be caused by worms. She came from a farm that was a little messy - it had goats, chickens, turkeys, horses and dogs all over the place. Is it most likely she has worms, or is there another possible cause? I have her separated from my flock at the moment, and I plan on going to the feed store tomorrow to get a dewormer unless anyone has a better idea. At this point, I am not considering a vet - as she has no other symptoms and is laying a healthy egg every day. I have heard it doesn't cause any harm to worm, so would it be best practice when introducing a bird from a large farm anyway?