Hi Folks. Noted two of my girls were splatting pure blood from the vent instead of feces yesterday (Thursday). I isolated them and got amprolumium from vet to treat in case it's coccidiosis. I'm treating the entire small flock of nine hens/two roos and the 15 pullets expected to mature in September. The two girls have been stressed due to roosters coming of age earlier than them and attempting fertilization. On Tuesday this week I isolated the roosters outside so they could not board the girls. On Wednesday I noticed that the girls were too fearful to come off the roost to eat or drink. Upon noting that I fed them watermelon at the roost; next morning fed them water and grain and then put a feeding/watering station on the wall up next to them on the roost but perhaps too late to ward off dehydration. It happened that two of the days in the hen house, it was very hot and humid. I had a fan in the hen house, changed the water frequently and put ice packs in the house to try to cool it. All those things would not benefit these two girls though if they were not drinking during that period. Yesterday I put bread in the medicated water so that they would get meds ASAP and fed some yogurt. This morning I put them by themselves in outdoor "playpen" for their comfort because they love to be outside, and see they are drinking which is good 'cause the water holds the medication, but they are not that interested in eating today. I've just recently put cooked oatmeal with vanilla yogurt in the pen. This is a favorite but they are not that interested in it. Is there anything else I can do or just leave them for now and hope they improve physically and psychologically. Gave the three offending roosters to a friend yesterday and today the rest of the flock seems calmer with the one gentle fellow left with the hens. Any ideas about the bleeding or anything else I should do?