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Hi all - I’ve seen images and infographics but still not sure if this is unusual poop or maybe from extra water with the first heat wave of summer?

Or should I be getting some antibiotics or something?

Everyone is acting normal. All 6 pullets are backyard mixes.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.
 

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It looks like a mixture of cecal poop and normal poop, not a problem. Cecal poops are fermented in the 2 ceca, between the large and small intestines. They occur every so many poops. They are more stinky, sticky, and staining than normal droppings.
 
It looks like a mixture of cecal poop and normal poop, not a problem. Cecal poops are fermented in the 2 ceca, between the large and small intestines. They occur every so many poops. They are more stinky, sticky, and staining than normal droppings.
Okay.
Yes I was reading about Cecal poop and was hoping this was the case. Thank you,
 

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