Bloody poop?

Cinnamon11

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Here is her most recent poop
 

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Cinnamon11

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I put Fluffer face in the coop tonight (because I don’t trust the wire cage at night) and instead of going and laying in the nesting box she hopped up to the highest roost (she’s the queen of the coop)! I also noticed her comb and wattles were a lot brighter!
 

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Give her a direct oral dose of undiluted Corid at a rate of 0.10 ml per pound of weight for 3 days.
This is in addition to her drinking the mixed Corid water every day for 7 days.

That much blood in the poop, I would consider worming her too. Safeguard dose is .23ml per pound of weight given orally once a day for 5 days in a row.

Corid does not have to be exclusively in a plastic container, make sure she's got plenty of the mixed water and is drinking. It probably wouldn't hurt for the rest of the flock to be treated as well.

For the one with the crop issue - check her crop first thing in the morning before she's had anything to eat/drink. If it's not empty, then begin treating her according to this article https://www.backyardchickens.com/ar...w-to-know-which-one-youre-dealing-with.73607/

A droopy tail like that, has she laid an egg? Is she having trouble laying eggs?
 

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