Two of my pullets started to show symptoms of Cocci 2 days ago. One had bloody stool and was listless. Once I noticed it I isolated her, and shortly thereafter I noticed another listless pullet whose stool soon became bloody. So they are in crates next to each other in the house. The rest of the flock is doing great and being treated with Corid. I've got they sickies on Corid and liquid foods. Yesterday the pullet who I would consider the sickest, Baby, poured water out of her mouth after I did a long water feeding. It concerned me, but I wasn't sure if that might be normal after a big feeding like that. This morning, I felt her crop and it's still filled with fluid. She actually showed an interest in food this morning and when she bent down to peck at it, fluid came rushing out of her mouth. Gaaawwwwddd! I've dealt with crop issues before, but never combined with cocci. I want to continue to give her corid obviously. Can I give her apple cider vinegar in addition to that? I figure I should stop the liquid food, but she needs nutrition so badly. I'm just at a loss of what to do. The first day I brought her inside,her crop was completely empty. So I know it's full of the applesauce, pureed boiled egg and Corid water I've been feeding her. I've been massaging her, but it doesn't seem to be helping her. Once I considered giving Monistat for sour crop and am thinking of doing that...would that hurt her sensitive intestine or counteract the Corid? Any help you can provide is SO needed!