Sometimes with chicks that young the poo seems a little runny at times. Keep an eye on it and see if it gets any better. Also watch for other signs of illness. Is she eating and drinking?My week-old silkie chick has watery poop. I noticed it about 4 hours ago. She doesn't have pasty butt or anything, she seems fine, but her poop is just watery. is this normal?
You might give all of your chicks pro biotics and the one with watery poo might benefit from electrolytes. You can buy packets of both at your feed store. I wouldn't bee too concerned unless it stays consistent, gets worse, or there are other signs of illness.Thank you, she still has it and seems a little sleepy, but I'll keep watching her. Is there anything that I could feed her that would help? She's my favorite chick