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Alison, 16 September 2020
One of my 4 Bantams has large (egg sized) soft droppings. It could be the older former broody hen the others are 17 weeks old and I’m changing them onto layers mash. They are on fresh grass as I have a moveable electric fence. They all appear well. Should I be concerned about the large faecal ball?
Emma, 22 July 2012
Don't forget that often the first sign of roundworm infection is yellow diarrhoea. It might be more than over indulging in slugs or worms ( a common source of roundworm infection) if it persists.
Alice, 10 November 2011
Thank you very helpful :) (still would never have thought I would be looking up chicken poo, the things my girls make me do!) lol
Mel, 12 September 2011
Just started to keep chickens and noticed some runny droppings so this info really useful
Jennifer, 4 August 2011
Just the information I was looking for having bought 2 new hens with one at point of lay producing a few droppings similar to picture 2. I am reassured that all is natural and well. Thank you. I just love the Omlet website.