Hi all- New chicken owner here. I have 2 Silkie hens 6 months in age. Fed them chick starter from the beginning and their droppings were solid. Cecal poos were normal and smelly. Started them on layer feed 1 month ago as they started laying mid-September. As soon as I started them on the layer feed, their droppings changed from solid to droppings that look like pellets with clear water around it. Best way to describe it. Even their cecal poos are more watery. Wormed them last month with Verm-X and nothing changed. Went to feed store to ask them some questions about it and was told to put them back on the chick starter since they did better with that food. Still have them on layer feed as of today. I did start to put ACV in their water & have been giving them grapes and iceberg lettuce as treats.. Not sure if that has anything to do with it. They do love their water. I see them at the water frequently. Not sure what to do?? Should I be worried. Weather here in PA has been good. A few cold nights so I have been giving them cracked corn before bed. They have a large covered outside run so they never get wet when it rains. Both hens are: eating drinking acting 100% normal laying hard shelled eggs normally sleeping normal not losing any weight have grit and oyster shells available Any suggestions? Am I overanalyzing this?? This all started as soon as I switched them over to the layer feed.