Here was my original thread: https://www.backyardchickens.com/th...what-could-it-be.1232645/page-3#post-19785575 Please see the original thread for the details I provided so I don’t have to type it out twice. It will be very much appreciated! @Eggcessive said to look in their mouth on Wednesday 4/4 and I did but obviously the one I checked I must have missed it or it wasn’t bad yet see pictures below for what I found. I feel terrible for missing it! But some birds have the noticeable lesions and some don’t. It doesn’t help that I’ve had tons of things going on so I’m more distracted than usual. Ugh... So, here’s what’s going on. On roughly Friday, I went out to fill their feeders up and I realized that most of my Wheaten Ameraucanas were not eating after running out of food. First red flag. They are currently on Corid and nothing else for suspected Cocci but in light of my new findings I decided to create a new thread. I can’t decide if the spots look like fowl pox or peck marks. I do have the 2 roosters together and they spar from time to time. They are a hot mess!!! Oh, and please excuse the roosters beards. The hens prefer their boys “clean shaven” Rooster #1 One of the hens The worst rooster. I honestly thought I was going to loose him. He does perk up if he sees the mealworm bag. And for control purposes, here is rooster #3 housed in a separate area, with no access to outside YET. (our new run/coop extension is almost done!! He was being a jerk so elected himself for the bachelor pad) it may have saved him. He shares a wall with the rest of the gang.