On Thursday one of my Silver Laced Wyandottes, age 2, usually healthy, was moving slowly, had a larger crop than usual and water coming out of her beak. She also had diarrhea. I would describe it as throwing up water, not a lot and not all the time, but still odd head movement followed by the water. I tried to rub her crop, and hold her upside down. Now, crop is smaller, and she has no odd neck movements or water from her beak, eating/drinking - but is less active/staying close to the coup versus out in the yard, and still has diarrhea. This am - my Plymouth Rock, age 4, is now also expelling water from her beak, and showing signs of diarrhea. Still active and out in the yard with the others. What can I do to help get rid of the diarrhea? Should I be concerned about the water coming out of their beaks? Is this a symptom of something else? Do I need to separate them from the others? I have 10 total hens - all seem healthy, hungry and very active, and we get about 5 eggs a day. They are in a coup with pine shavings. The hens are usually out in the yard (versus in a pen) - unless it is snowing/too cold. The coop is heated if cold at night. They are on egg layer feed.