I mowed the lawn today and let the girls out after to free range. I noticed that when they pooped it seemed to be a bit wetter than normal. After I saw a few poop like this I decided to take a closer look. The poop came out like a splatter, or a weak shower, not a normal dropping. It was bubbly and there was hardly any white color in the leavings. Are my hens sick? They're all 1 - 2 years old. I have noticed a decline in egg production lately, however I initially assumed that might be due to a couple different reasons. I recently rehomed my rooster that I've had for about a year, could the stress of being without him cause the girls to become ill? It's been a bit warmer here lately, with highs of 75 - 80 degrees maybe that could be a reason too? They have access to fresh water, food and oyster shell at all times. I've been giving them watermelon to also help with the heat. At least 1, or 1 1/2 melons every week. I also noticed that a few of the hens looked as if their hackle feathers were starting to molt out and at the base of their tail feathers it was beginning to get lighter too. Do chickens molt in July??? Could this be the cause of the runny poo? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone.