Hello We have a pair of young New Hampshire Reds that have just moved from the brooder to the coop with the older chickens. Everything was going fine until, both of them pooped with blood. I was worried and ran straight to BYC.com for help, and I think it's cecal coccidiosis, where chickens seldom survive, often followed by death. The symptoms I read from the web match - bloody droppings, pale, droopy, tend to huddle, eat and drink less often, etc. I'm quite sad that they have very little chance of surviving at a young age. I moved them in a separate cage to prevent the older chickens from getting infected. I was thinking......euthanasia? I heard the common way of killing chickens is to just throw them in the trash can or twist their heads quick. But, do you think I will still have to try to help them, or just let them die? Thanks in advance!