Got a few questions for the more experienced chicken keepers out there. I have a hen who's had runny brown poop for at least two weeks, and I'm wondering if it's a problem. None of the hens look sick or lethargic or are behaving any more strangely than chickens normally behave. I started putting DE in their feed when I suspected they had worms or something going on, and for a week, the poops solidified, but the runny ones have been appearing again. Not sure what I should try next. Any suggestions? We got our first eggs this weekend and would love to eat them, but the hens are still getting a small amount of DE mixed in with their food, so I'm wondering if it's bad for us to eat the eggs if they have that stuff in their systems. What's the general rule? The hen we believe is laying the eggs is a Silver-Laced Wyandotte and appears to be totally healthy, but I have noticed a couple of different things with her this week. A) she has been drinking more water than the others, but then it's been hot where we are and it might simply be that she's thirstier; and B) she's started tucking her head under a wing when she rests during the day, just started doing it in the last three days or so, and hadn't seen her ever do it before. Does this seem normal? Last question. I'm moving my little flock of four hens to a new home that will be about an hour and a half's drive away and putting them into a different coop than they've ever been in. I heard I'm supposed to give them vitamins to help them adjust, but how do I do that? Thanks so much for any answers you can give!