mckaylaburgess

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Today in the run I noticed two sets of what looked like yellowish watery droppings. They had clearly been there for a minute because they weren’t fresh. None of my chickens are acting off, should I be concerned right now or just keep an eye out?
 

KingB

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Can be from eating lots of water based foods or maybe from stress.
Mine do it often. Shouldn't be anything to worry about unless it carries on.
 

aart

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Today in the run I noticed two sets of what looked like yellowish watery droppings. They had clearly been there for a minute because they weren’t fresh. None of my chickens are acting off, should I be concerned right now or just keep an eye out?
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Sally PB

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I see that from time to time, depending on what their snack was the day before. Never giving them a half cucumber again, that's for sure.
 

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