Ok, so I have 8 17 week old chickens (7 hens and 1 roo). they have all been very healthy and have had no problems so far. Over the weekend I was given 6 10 week old chickens (3 speckled sussex, 1 rhode island red, 1 cuckoo maran & 1 buff orphington). I didn't do my research ahead of time and messed up big time. I didn't know that I was supposed to quarantine the new chickens and I had them in a seperate cage, but inside the coop with the other chickens. Yesterday I let them all out together and they got along really well (only a few pecks here and there). Today I went out and put the little chickens outside by themselves to watch them for a little while and I noticed that 1 of them has reddish stool, it looked like it may have some mucous in it, but it was hard for me to tell. I'm not sure if it was bloody, but it did look red. This chicken had normal poop yesterday and I just noticed it once today. So does anyone have any suggestions of what it might be/what I should do???? I just got done building a little quarantine coop and am hoping its not too late for my other chickens if these new ones have any disease. I am going to pull out all the bedding in the big coop and replace the food and water. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I really wish I had done my research ahead of time, but it was a quick thing and we werent planning on getting these new chickies.