Hey all, I'm BRAND new here - first post ever, so I'm going to post according to the instructions I found from BYC! 1) Easter Egger chicken - two years old. Mildly thinner than the others. 2) She's slower than the others, this is new. A little hunched and fluffy feathered with wings sort of beginning to hang. 3) symptoms maybe 3-4 days. 4) No other birds act the same, *but we had one die last week. She came in (the back porch to treat) with similar symptoms and never recovered. Now that we lost one, my husband, the primary chicken care taker is paying closer attention to them and their behavior. 5) No sign of trauma 6) 7) She doesn't seem to eat her own food or even meal worms, but ate a hard boiled egg yesterday and creamed corn and a fruit smoothie today. So, low appetite. 8) Poop - kind of runny with "normal looking" green parts. - mild-moderate pasty butt. 9) no treatment other than poly vitamins and treat-type food. Oh, and a warm bath yesterday that helped, but the pasty butt is back today. 10 ) would like to treat ourselves if possible. 11) 12) She has 10 flock mates - all the same age, all brought home the same day two years ago. No changes in food, etc. Note - we found a young opossum in the coop less than a week ago and my husband shooed it out. None of the chickens appear to have any injuries, but the opossum was definitely breaking and eating their eggs. We sent a "flock fecal sample" to MidAmerica Lab after the last chicken passed - it came back negative on all except "no eggs only a few cocci". Mabe it was a false negative?? Although we've had the flock for two years, this is our first issue. All has gone well until now. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.