Baby Chick Light Pinkish Blood in Stool
They are probably too young to suffer from coccidiosis. Pictures of the droppings are welcome. Instestinal shed can sometimes look like blood. I would get the SaveAChick or other brand of vitamins with electrolytes for chickens. The one that is lethargic should be forced to drink by di[pping it's beak into the water several times every hour today. Later on when they are a few weeks old, if they do ever suffer from symptoms of coccidiosis, you can still use Corid (amprollium) as a treatment for coccidiosis, since the medicated feed only contains a small amount of amprollium. I would return the lethargic chick to the brooder, but watch for trampling or pecking. Make sure that your brooder temp is around 90 degrees F in the warmest spot.
I'm not sure if you can see this very well, it's just sort of tinged pinkish. It must have been a different chick because the one who did it earlier was on the other side of the brooder. It's not a lot nor is it bright red, but I don't know if it's ok either. Everyone is eating and drinking and acting normal.
Yes, I see what you mean. I would check them in the morning for any that look a bit lethargic, or if there are more pink droppings. You can always go pick up the Corid Powder or Liquid and have it in case you need to treat them. You can always return it if you don't use it. If the droppings become pinker, don't hesitate to treat for cocci. Corid is very safe to use, but don't mix it with anything else, and use it as the only water source. Dosage is 2 tsp of the liquid, or 1 1/2 tsp of the powder per gallon of water, for 5 days.