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hi, I am grama bailey and 2 months ago i got 12 turkins and 6 polish and now all of a sudden one of them (dont know which) had bright red blood on their stool,can anybody give me some ideas?they were not medicated at hatching but had 2 weeks of medicated chick starter.my email is maryheatherbailey@yahoo.com

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hi, I am grama bailey and 2 months ago i got 12 turkins and 6 polish and now all of a sudden one of them (dont know which) had bright red blood on their stool,can anybody give me some ideas?they were not medicated at hatching but had 2 weeks of medicated chick starter.my email is maryheatherbailey@yahoo.com

Blood in the stool at her age is most likely a sign of Coccidiosis.  One of my pullets had it, and I read that it is best to treat the whole flock with Corid.  My pullet recovered, by the way.  

 

Here are a couple of links:

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/517234/medical-treatments-recommended-by-bycers#post_6580204  (Half way down you will find the section on Coccidiosis, but this is a helpful link to bookmark for future reference.

 

Here is another link with info: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/coccidosis-collection-by-danielle

CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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