Hello everyone, I am hoping for some help with my Rooster as I am running out of ideas. My rooster ( a very large cuckoo maran, aged 9 months) has been having some greenish, water poop for some time(on and off). He has also developed what I think is Vent gleet, aka nasty chicken butt. I I did have an outbreak of coccidia this past summer(confirmed by Purdue during necropsy), so when the liquid poop started again, I put the entire flock in "Coop A" on Corid for 5 days. I have not seen any improvement. My rooster also suffered a heat stroke this past summer during a heat wave, despite my best efforts(adding ac to coop, misters in run, providing shady areas, installing a chicken fountain for constant fresh water ;( I was certain he was going to die...He couldnt stand or eat/drink on his own, but I tube fed him and kept him in my bath tub for 2 weeks...Slowly but surely, I did "chicken therapy" with him and he learned to walk again. He was 100% after 4 weeks, and thats when I returned him to the flock.One thing thats sticks out, is when he had his heat stroke, he had green poop just like he does now...However, we are in the cold midwest and it has been freezing, so this is not from heat. There is some brown and white crusty build up on the roosters vent. I soaked his bottom in warm water and cleaned the area the best I could. I then put vasoline on the scabby area, trying to see if I could get it off, but it appears to be "in" his skin, meaning if I pull it off it will leave an open sore. It was not like this a few days ago...I will post a pic in a bit. It had warmed up to almost 50 degrees and all the chickens were out all day/..then it dropped to -03 the very next day!!! It was right after that temperature change we started with these problems. For now, I have him and a brahma in the infirmary. She is the only other one acting a bit sick. She also has watery poopy, though its not green at all like his. The rooster also has a little bit of frostbite on his comb.. I am keeping the temp in their at 70. I have them on vitamin, electrolyte and probiotic water and am feeding a starter ration.