Well, I have a coccidia outbreak with my outdoor chickens. Maybe my experience will help someone else know the signs before it is too late. Noticed blood in someone's poo yesterday which alerted me. BUT, I have had one hen that has been lethargic, droopy, feathers ruffled looking and Not bloody poo-but Very Smelly and Runny. Took her to the vet today and had a fecal done which confirmed coccidia. Am treating them all with Corid 9.6% solution, 1 t. per gallon of water. From all the posts on here that appears to be the correct dosage and also what my vet said. He said between 1 1/2 teaspoons per gallon. Since she had it so bad, my vet wants me to treat for 7 days instead of 5. I feel so bad that I didn't know that the runny, smelly poo was coccidia because there was no blood. In reading, I guess it doesn't always present with blood. I hope they can recover. Been having a bad time of it this past week. Lost my Favorite Rooster of 9 years, Pepper, to an infection/abscess near his crop. He probably had the coccidia too, which may have weakened his immune system. He was droopy, no diarrhea though and had been losing weight. I attributed that to his age. Then, on 2/27 I noticed an abscess above his wing that extended to his crop. Went to the vet and they tried to lance/drain it. He ended up aspirating and dying in surgery. So sad to lose him. Question.....the chickens with coccidia are Outside. I have a pet pheasant Inside who is never exposed to the outdoor ones. The only exposure that could happen would be my wearing my boots/shoes indoors, which I try not to do. Should I treat her preventatively (unsure if pheasants differ in whether they can have Corid or not, or just keep an eye on her? Also, is Corid a good treatment for the chickens? It seemed relatively safe from what I have read.