BJ roo is at least 7 years old and is about 5 pounds. He was about 6 pounds 1 year ago. He has tons of food available 24/7. Fairly significant weight loss, I'm thinking, though perhaps not quite dire in and of itself. For some time now he has had teeny little poops (probably 2 years), but now more than ever. He puts out a microscopic fraction of what hen Annie puts out, and some are quite green (think pencil eraser for him, sometimes german shepard for her - egads!). They've been wormed (Ivomectin Eprinex plus pumpkin seed snacks periodically), have the best foods available (layer for her and wild game bird maintenance for him, available 24/7 plus a variety of fresh foods, sunflower seeds etc.), Avia Charge 2000 in water, clean coop, fresh water twice daily, free range time to eat whatever plants and bugs they deem worthy, lots of TLC, and they look good, head to toe. He shows great interest in his little treats (sunflower seeds and millet seeds from birdseed mixtures, cherries for possible gout, grapes, bits of apple, squash or whatever) so does not seem to have a problem with ingesting food. I just don't know where on earth it's all going. I am kind of worried that maybe he has an internal growth that is gradually closing off the passageway for poop, or another type of cancer, but are there any other reasons that could be afoot that would cause such teeny weeny skinny poop? Perhaps he is not eating nearly as much as he should and if that's the case, I don't know why. He lounges around most of the time. His preferred spot is the doormat by my back door. He is crowing each morning and sometimes during the day if he especially approves of the weather. I'm wondering if there is anything I could give him that might help him? Tho I realize it depends what the heck is going on here. He used to at least have a combination of small poops and some more normal looking ones but I haven't seen normal in some time now. BJ and Annie prefer to sleep on a straw lined shelf rather than perch. In her spot in the morning there is a ton of poop, in his nothing anymore. I know this is not much to go on and that perhaps short of a litany of very stressful tests for him it may be hard to sort this out. I am grateful spring is approaching because I'm hoping he'll want to explore more and will find things in nature that he will instinctively know is good for him. He is a very gentle, sweet boy (though very high anxiety so taking him anywhere is very hard for him) and I love him a lot. He treats hens like princesses and they really love him. JJ Edited to add letters to "instinctively" - my computer has a maddening habit of wanting to do updates and while it's begging you to accept this offer, anything typed does not register on screen......YIKES - also want to say sorry this is soooooooo long!!!!!!!!!!!