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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by OVERxCAST, Aug 24, 2013.
It's called amnosia or something. Do they give signs
Here's a link with poop pics and descriptions, if that's what you mean:
Dawg, is the OP thinking of coccidiosis?
OK, I get it...getting late for me lol. You're right Fred, probably cocci.
i found out its ammonia
If your birds have cocci (protozoa,) birds will usually be fluffed up, lethargic, not eating/not drinking. Depending what strain of cocci is involved, sometimes blood can be seen in feces (see the link I provided and scroll down.) Death normally occurs shortly thereafter.
Ammonia? Soiled bedding can produce ammonia fumes inside the coop which can cause watery eyes, breathing issues, gaping, burns on footpads. A coop should be well ventilated as well as cleaned out occasionally to prevent this from happening.