Hi all, I have six chicks ranging from 6 weeks to 9 weeks old. I have already treated for coccidiosis as one of my new hens came into the fold with it. Everyone improved, except one. She is about six-seven weeks old and looks still to be one week old at best. She just doesn't seem like she has it altogether. She eats lots of pine shavings even if I bring out treats. She is assuredly not thriving. I do not see any more blood in stool from anyone. Everyone else looks strong and healthy. She seems well liked by the others. She never gets pushed out of the way. She'll stand on the bowl, but act confused once she's in the middle of food. I have moved the chicks into the coop and it's now 58 degrees at night. I thought this would either make it or break it for her, but she keeps hanging on. I've unfortunately vowed to family that when I took on this project I would not being taking the chickens to the vet. They want 100$ to put her down at my local vet. Really??? So.......I was thinking about sequestering her back in the shed where it's warm, but when I tried that before she really seemed to melt down not being with her flock mates. Is it cruel to keep her there isolated for however long it takes? Should I redo her treatment for coccidiosis? I read somewhere that deworming a chick that young is dangerous and I don't see obvious worms. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm at a loss and don't really have any contacts I could just sit on the phone and brainstorm with. I would put her down if that's the right thing, but she does keep hanging on. I'd hate to do anything prematurely. All her flock mates are 4x her size now. Help?