I have a mix of standards and bantams. 6 grown and 4 new babes about 3-4 months old (that's all the store told me). Loving getting my own eggs and having the therapy of watching them in the yard. A little over-protective since I live next to forestry land and lots of free roaming dogs and other predators. I found the site checking for "chicken poo" since I am seeing a little bit of "red" on top of the white on the poo. The first one I see on the site as cecal or lining, I believe - but it's the 2nd/lower one that has me questioning blood. I added some of the chick medicated feed into the grown chicken feed, but I don't know if that was a smart idea or not??? Looking it up I wondered if I should do Corid or something? The grown ups and chicks share the outside area in shifts and perhaps that was a mistake? I only have so many areas; 1 grown bantam/2 chicks; 5 grown standards/2 chicks. Hopefully it's nothing. No chicken vets in this entire area either Any help for my peeps?