I've got two pullets (one barred rock and one cream legbar) who both stopped laying at the beginning of January. Around that time I found about 4 soft shell eggs, couldn't figure out which one was doing it though. I *think* it was the legbar though. Prior to that the barred rock had some dirty vent feathers, but otherwise was acting normally. I cleaned her up and then wormed the whole flock in December with Eqvalan Gold (Ivermectin and praziquantel) and treated with Corid in the water for 5 days. Everyone is acting normally except these two now have explosive diarrhea. It's basically just water with a small amount of brown. Neither are eating much of their regular food but are drinking like crazy. This morning I also found a dropping which looks like it's possibly yolk with a tiny green egg. Now I'm wondering if they caught something viral or bacterial which has started causing reproductive issues. Both had empty crops this morning. They've definitely lost some weight in the last week or so though. Abdomens feel normal. This morning I put a call in to the large animal vet down the road. While I waited I took an electrolyte solution out for them, and mixed some yoghurt in with some of their regular food to encourage them to eat some more. The vet was so busy though that they didn't get back to me until 4pm and it was just the receptionist. The vet told her to tell me to treat for coccidiosis which I've already done. I chose to go ahead and treat with Corid and worm with Eqvalan Gold again. I'm in Canada though so my options for getting antibiotics are very limited. Either I call the vet again tomorrow and hope they don't just tell me to wait for the Corid to work. Or I order Baytril from allbirdproducts.com at the cost of nearly $100 to get it shipped in 3-5 business days. Any other suggestions?