One of my girls got sick earlier in the last few weeks she had bumblefoot and loose poop I wasn't sure of the loose poop was doing the bumblefoot so I took her to the vet they did a stool sample I got antibiotics for her bumblefoot and her foot is looking a lot better. But today I get a call from the vet confirming which was my worst nightmare that I have coccidosis in my chicken there for most of my flock probably has it. I know that you're supposed to get corrid and treat the flock by putting it in the water or the food? My concern is what do I do with the poop that is surrounding the coop and in the run? I just put sand in the coop and the run there is mainly just the poop in that area sometimes they free range so there is random poop places in my backyard but I try to keep them clean you. My question to you is what do I do now? So what I treat the flock how do I prevent it from coming back? I know the coccidosis parasite lives in wet conditions and in chicken feces. So what do i do about the rainy weather and chicken poop?