I have a little bantam (I believe seabright?) that I have been worried about since age day one...it seemed weak when I first got it home. There were no significant or defenative symptoms of any particular ailment, so I decided to try a wait and see approach. As all of the banties came from the same place, they were all going to be compromised if this one was. So, I kept them together. It continued to grow and feather just like the other chicks it was with, and has been doing great...until now. I put them outside about a week ago, and they all seemed great. Today, I noticed that it was huttled and puffed up, eyes half closed, wings drooped a little. I brought it inside for observation along with the other banties. Poo is a little pale, tan in color, large white cap, but slightly watery. No blood or other abnormalities. The bird's keel is a little pronounced, but not bad. It is eatting and drinking just fine, but obviously does not feel well. I tried to get a picture, but of course, it perks up a little when I handle it for a shot. Sorry for the poor photo quality...it is a cell phone shot. Cant find my camera atm. If you look, the bird's crop is very full. It has been eatting very well. My question is what is my next move? I don't want to just randomly start treating with no end goal. Anyone know what this could be? I thought maybe cocci, but all the other chicks are fine, and I don't see any bloody poo or any other symptoms. Any thoughts?