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    PROLAPSED VENT

    Just an update for anyone who may be following: I did keep her separated last night after soaking her and she laid the soft shell eggs. I gave her water with electrolytes in it, and covered the cage to keep her stress levels down. This morning she had relatively normal, brown droppings and was...
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    PROLAPSED VENT

    They were soft. I gave her some plain yogurt earlier to just get her to eat something. I plan on upping the calcium after this. Do you think she will be okay to rejoin the flock tomorrow?
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    PROLAPSED VENT

    She just laid the grossest thing I’ve ever seen after an epsom salt soak. She is taking it easy in a small dog crate until morning.
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    Watery droppings

    So she just laid the grossest thing I’ve ever seen after an Epsom salt bath. She seemed to have perked up.
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    PROLAPSED VENT

    I swear it was really pink when I saw it earlier and bulging. Her crop is squishy, is that normal?
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    PROLAPSED VENT

    I believe one of my girls has a prolapsed vent. What do I do?
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    Watery droppings

    Hello. I treated for coccidiosis around two or three weeks ago. Today one of my girls is lethargic and just kind of standing there. When she poops, it’s pretty watery. What should I check for?
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    Went through the Corid treatment. Wednesday was the last day there was any blood in the coop. Everyone is doing well, yesterday was the first day everyone laid an egg on the same day.
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    It’s was really hard to find this morning and I almost missed it, but there was a little bit of blood in one dropping. Everyone is still fine, acting normal.
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    So I checked everyone over thoroughly, and none of their vents seemed to be bleeding. No new signs of blood in the coop after work. All nails and feet were fine. I’m still treating with corid. They’re all eating and drinking well
  11. mckaylaburgess

    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    I’m checking toes and vents tonight. No lethargy, just a broody chicken. I kicked her out of the coop yesterday and she ate and drank as usual. They were all acting normal yesterday evening and I was in the coop for about two hours. One of my chickens this morning did peck a couple others, and...
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    They’re about 20 weeks. I’ve had them since April. Most are laying, but I believe one has just started. No blood on the roosting bars, only on floors. I’m checking nails and vents tonight in depth, but haven’t seen anything. I haven’t noticed any broken feathers, every once in a while there’s a...
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    It’s like they only do this in the morning. I started Corid last night just in case. I thought it could have been ones foot, because there was a trail of blood but I think she may have stepped in some poop that was bloody.
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    Bloody Poop - Possible Cocci

    I didn’t see anything when I went back in the coop after work. I thought one was being lethargic in the corner, but she was just laying on a pile of eggs and is running around now.
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