Coccida or internal bleeding ??

madisonn_02

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Apr 3, 2021
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This morning when i was letting out the birdsI saw this VERY bloody poop. The one who has it is a 10 week old chick. I had to make her get out of the coop, I sat her over in a corner near water and food which she pooped more bloody. I have her separated now, two days ago she got slightly stepped on with no injuries by a bigger bird. Is this coccdia or. like she have gotten stepped on again ? As the only bloody stool in the coop was very fresh and then alot more after i put her outside. Also listed a picture of her scrunched up Her eyes look tired where their usually very wide
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MysteryChicken

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This morning when i was letting out the birdsI saw this VERY bloody poop. The one who has it is a 10 week old chick. I had to make her get out of the coop, I sat her over in a corner near water and food which she pooped more bloody. I have her separated now, two days ago she got slightly stepped on with no injuries by a bigger bird. Is this coccdia or. like she have gotten stepped on again ? As the only bloody stool in the coop was very fresh and then alot more after i put her outside. Also listed a picture of her scrunched up Her eyes look tired where their usually very wide View attachment 2873433
Coccidiosis. That posture is a clue.

I'd treat the entire flock with corid.
 

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