I'm raising 47 CX in 3 separate pens. 30 in an 8'x8' outdoor tractor, and the other 17 in two seprate indoor 4'x4' brooders. Just testing different methods to see how they turn out. Bought 75 birds from Welp, sold 30, kept the rest (including the three extras). Only 1 has died (mine) in talking with the other folks involved in this batch. Bird quality is good, and I only see one runt out of my birds. My wife told me to head out and take a few CX early for Sunday dinner, so I picked out a large bird, slit, and then headed to the other indoor pen and picked out another one. That is when I saw some bloody stool. Figured out the one doing it and culled him. Then I got to scalding, and checked on the birds again, and saw more bloody poop, found that bird and culled him. Have never seen bloody poop in any of these birds, and both birds were in the same brooder. Now each of the brooders have been cleaned out, and each set of birds remain in their separate pens. Any idea what is going on? No health issues that I can see. The birds weighed about 5lbs each, all roos. I have the heavy duty killing machine arriving next Wednesday, so if the others in that one brooder go that way, I can process them pretty quickly, only 5 days away. Anyway, your thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!