Well I just got the results back on my $22.00 peacock Fecal! Not excited about the results, just the fact that I found someone in my state who will test it. I sampled from 4 pens, 1 pen contained adults only, 2 pens with 2014 hatch juveniles, and the last sample was from Tsunami, my youngest at 10 weeks. The adults were wormed a month ago using the 3 cc of safeguard in the water for 5 days again a week later, the juveniles were all dosed orally because they are easy to catch. Tsunami was dosed orally and then followed up with the safeguard in the water. There was NO evidence of any worms found, there was however Cocci. No big surprise to me there, I know my ground is Cocci rich. None of the birds in these pens are showing any signs of distress, all are eating and drinking, the poops were all well formed and there was no blood visible. I lost no chicks to Cocci this year either. So glad I used the medicated feed and used the preventative dose of Corid in the water. I do believe this is probably the only reason I have not had coccidiosis losses.