Flock Integration after coccidiosis

Aapomp831

Crowing
Oct 4, 2017
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I think it depends on the severity of the original coccidiosis; I did not retreat my girls after their 5 days and they were fine. Is your outdoor flock older? They are probably immune. But I really wouldn’t worry - just keep that Corid on hand and retreat everyone at the first sign of the parasite coming back. Like I said, even if you treat chickens that don’t have it, it won’t hurt them. I would go ahead and integrate everyone.
 

Spot1984

In the Brooder
Jun 17, 2020
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Nebraska
I think it depends on the severity of the original coccidiosis; I did not retreat my girls after their 5 days and they were fine. Is your outdoor flock older? They are probably immune. But I really wouldn’t worry - just keep that Corid on hand and retreat everyone at the first sign of the parasite coming back. Like I said, even if you treat chickens that don’t have it, it won’t hurt them. I would go ahead and integrate everyone.
The birds in the that had cocci are 10 weeks old. I appreciate the help very much! Thank you both!
 

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