On Wednesday afternoon we noticed our rooster and one hen where not quite their usual selves and seemed rather lethargic (really they didn't even want to move much). On the following day we found that the hen had died and all the other hens were suddenly barely moving and would just stand there with their eye's shut. On top of this they all have very watery poo, mixed with what seems like blood and the tips of their combs are a black to dark purplish in color. We did a search online and it seems like they could have coccidiosis, but we're not 100% sure. I picked up some corid after work yesterday and have been mixing a teaspoon of the powder to a gallon of water, but haven't seen much results as of today (approx. 24hrs later). None of them are eating or drinking very much either. I'm especially concerned about our rooster "Red Beard" who seems a bit worse than the hens. Today he hardly moved and just stood with his eye's closed. We've grown a bit attached to him and he just survived a likely fox attack (while free ranging ~3wks ago). His feathers were all over the yard in piles and we thought for sure he was gone. Surprisingly, 36hrs later he appeared! We live in the country so how he survived is a miracle. He was bitten, but we got some antibiotics, sprayed the wound with vetericyn and he bounced right back to his old self. After all that it would be horrible to loose the poor guy now or any of the others for that matter. Any thought's or ideas would greatly be appreciated.