Is this bloody chick stool?

coach723

Free Ranging
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If I saw that from a 6 week old chick I would treat for coccidiosis. Treatment chart below, always use the severe outbreak dosing. Treat all of them kept together. The medicated water needs to be the only water they have access to. You can also give any that look off, or you know are passing droppings like that an oral dose in addition to the medicated water, dosing for that is here:
https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/corid-oral-drench-instructions.1211991/
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Rachael4444

In the Brooder
Jul 4, 2020
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If I saw that from a 6 week old chick I would treat for coccidiosis. Treatment chart below, always use the severe outbreak dosing. Treat all of them kept together. The medicated water needs to be the only water they have access to. You can also give any that look off, or you know are passing droppings like that an oral dose in addition to the medicated water, dosing for that is here:
https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/corid-oral-drench-instructions.1211991/
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Thanks so much @coach723 this is actually good news for me since a) I have amprolium on hand and b) I started preemptively treating the entire flocks water yesterday since they’re now in the same area during the day. I’ll see if anyone seems sluggish and give them this dosage.
 

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