Can a chick have mild coccidiosis symptoms and reoccurring bloody stool? Can not finishing oral dose x3 days cause reaccurrances of bloody stool? Do I have to keep them separate to keep the rest of the flock healthy? Hi, I have a juvenile flock of 8 and Im finding reoccurring bloody poop. The two I suspect are 3 months old. Still eating, full crops, scratching and preening. So I wouldn’t say lethargic. They just aren’t fiesty as the others when I hold them and aren’t gaining weight like I think they should. I noticed the poop and behavior a few weeks ago and orally dosed them (x2 days) and added corid to the water for 5 days but i didn’t orally dose after day 2 because the blood was gone and they were perked up. I have grown flock that free ranges and had excess to the day run I let them in I also assumed that was to blame. Fast forward to 4 days ago and I got them in a new big coop with a large run and now blood again. I decided to pull them both out this time and put in a small prefab coop away from the free rangers and other chickens. Orally dosed both and added corid to their water and existing flock. They are acting better but I hate to keep them separate. Is it necessary to keep them separate for the full 5 days? Anyone else’s with mild coccidiosis symptoms? My only other experience with coccidiosis was my cockerel who I revived from the brink of death when he was 2 months old. It hit him hard in 3 days and he stopped eating/ drinking. Maybe I just caught this early? I have 2 younger chicks that are 8 weeks old I’m mostly worried about. All the others are older. Thanks for the insight and help!