I guess I'll start from the begining. My roosters have a favorite hen. Itty Bitty. They have PLENTY of girls to choose from, but IB really rocks their world. Yesterday morning, one of the roos was chasing her around, & I felt bad so I decided to let her into the barn for a little R & R. Since she's been in the barn, alone, I noticed that her poop is pretty watery. There is white & brown in it, but it REALLY watered down. I also noticed that she's drinking a good amount of water. At first I thought that it was because she was being chased around, but now I'm not so sure. She's been by herself for a day. She doesn't seem all that interested in the lay crumbles nor the lay pellets. But she thinks that dried mealworms are awesome & gobbles them right up. She wanders around the barn pretty happily. They're all going through a molt, so none of them look the greatest. The molt is why I'm giving them dried mealworms. She's about 1.5 years, & they were all de-wormed & dusted a month or so ago while I was trying to figure out why another hen had a bald red butt (it was neither worms nor parasites BTW). I added pro-biotics to her water this morning. I don't know if it could be stress? I already lost a couple of hens this year, & I really don't want to loose another one. So any ideas & opinions will be taken into consideration. I don't want her to die, & me sitting her saying "Dang, I wish I had done that!"