Argh, I think we have coccidiosis. One of my pullets had a yellow poop two days ago - I chalked it up to what they ate (yoghurt), when I saw everyone running around happy and acting normal. Then the next day another yellow poop and it looked like mango smoothy, whipped. Hm. Then at night, mealworm time, when I call them all into the coop, they were already roosting (I was a bit late), but this hen was the inly ine not jumping off the roost to fight for the worms. She just watched. Not like her - she is a Welsumer and they are always first to go for treats here. I tossed some worms close to her and she slowly walked around and ate them. I saw her featgers looked a bit scruffy. Great. So I put Corid in their drinking water. Now what? It most likely happened because their run was too wet. We have had temperatures around 100 here last week and had to turn on the mister to keep them from getting too hot. We only turn it on when it's over 90 but it was on for hours a day and the soil got a bit muddy in that part of the run after a few days. And of course I couldn't give them ACV in that heat either... So, how do I manage this now? I just asked about deep litter in the run and was going to set that up. I have fresh shavings and oat hay to throw in their run (they just moved out there two weeks ago and so far it was just bare soil). Do I just put a thin layer and clean out daily until this has passed? They have rice hulls in the coop and everything is super dry there. Should I keep them cooped up for a few days? Temps have come down to highs in the eighties so that is an option.