Hi All, I'm new to this site and need some advice; I have 4 Rhode Island Reds, All about 11 months old. All 4 have had watery / loose stools for about a month now. There is no blood in it, just a greenish/ brown liquid in fairly large quantities, with the occasional white milky fluid in it. I haven't noticed any worms in there either. They are all eating well, drinking LOTS of water, and seem to be behaving normally in every other way (maybe a couple of ruffled feathers) Their egg production has slowed down but that could be down to it being Winter time? We recently moved their coop/run onto a concrete floor (with a generous layer of easi-chick) as their previous spot had attracted rats, which were burrowing under. But this poo problem had started before we moved them. I have tried a course of Corid, but that hasn't made any difference. My next step will be to take them (or a sample of their poo) to the vets, but I just wanted to see if anyone had experienced this first? Thanks in advance.