🚨 POOP EXPERTS NEEDED 🚨

Missmaddymoo008

Chirping
Nov 27, 2020
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Hey! Im finding myself back on here. We got a new bundle of chicks. Their at least 2 months old now. Teenagers 🙄. And I was inspecting poop on the roof of the old coop and I found these. Are these normal? I thought the second one looked like ceacal but I couldn’t tell. Help anyone?
 

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The orange appearance in pic 1 could be normal intestinal shaed, but if I saw more, and even if you want to be cautious, I would get some Corid and treat them all. Dosage is 10 ml/2 tsp of the liquid, or 1.5 tsp of the powder per gallon of water for 5-7 days.
 

Missmaddymoo008

Chirping
Nov 27, 2020
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Second could be ceacal, but first looks like when my chicks had coccidiosis. Have you treated them?
We haven’t, I looked it up. None of them show symptoms. ( we have 23, so it’s hard to tell who did it. ) I found another with a little blood in it like the first one. Will Corid help?
 

birdlawexpert

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Jul 22, 2021
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Mine did not show symptoms and died within hours. Do the chickens feel lighter than normal? Corid will help if they have coccidiosis in the dosage set forth above.
 

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