Hello again, I'm deeply sorry for doing another post, but I will try to come across clear with all the information I can give you to the best of my ability 1: He is my only pet white leg horn rooster, 9 years old and weight is just above average. He is older, so he hangs by my room, or go hang out in the sun, or by my moms room, etc. 2: For a few days now, he is giving off 99% lime-ish brite green droppings, they are not watery and its highly likely in his case its not from grass,etc. 3: The weather around started to get cold just like what, almost 2 weeks ago? And a few days ago, the mosquitos outside were kinda bad (maybe he got something from that?) 4: From what I can see, there doesn't seem to be any bleeding, injury, broken bones, or other sings of trauma that I know of. 7: He is eating and drinking, but I had him isloated in my garage since yesterday morning, and hand fed him and gave him water, and is still giving off green droppings. I just checked on him again just almost around an hour ago at 4:00am and he started crowing, but there were still bright green droppings, now I'm very worried. 8: His poop is the "shape" of normal with a white coating according to the Poo chart http://www.chat.allotment.org.uk/index.php?topic=17568.0 , but instead its bright, lime-ish, leaf green instead of dark green/brown-ish. 9: The best treatment I gave him two days ago was some scambled eggs to get his protein up with just a ittle bit butermilk, I cant find his anti-biotics, I'm going to get some today. 10: I plan on going to the feed store, with samples of his droppings in a clear baggy and see if they can determine what it is or if they can recommend me to a vet or specialist. Giving all that, what can be eliminated of what he might have? I think it can't be him straving and giving off green bile. It's not that he's eating forage or grass, etc. but it hit me today... it's something on the inside. Thanks to all who are trying to help me, It means alot to me. I really love my rooster. This brown cecal poop at the bottom is not typical, and he doesn't give them off too often, 90% of his droppings are like the pics above, bright green.