My flock first hit the ground a little less than two weeks ago, so i've been watching for cocci symptoms. Yesterday and today, i didn't get to pay as much attention as normal, but when i went to shut them in for the night, one of my girls, an 11 1/2 week-old barred rock pullet, was doing the fluff up and huddle in the corner thing. So i looked on the roost and saw a couple of puddles of blood. I've been waiting for this possibility and immediately gave them a good Corid dose in their water. And then i got the sick chick and made her drink, which she did when i stuck her beak in the water - but not otherwise. My question - when i picked her up to kind of look her over, i noticed that she is actually dripping watery blood from her back side. And i realize that she either didn't display symptoms like i was looking for - or i just missed the earlier stages. I'm honestly not expecting her to make it through the night. But could this be a symptom of something else - besides coccidiosis? I've never read anyone say their birds were actually dripping blood -just that there was blood in the stool. Blood in the stool, i've seen before with a different flock. But this is very watery, both dripping from her and in the puddles on the roost. Your thoughts?