OK now that some of you have been following the threads, and the problems I have been having with my rabbits. Those of you on meat rabbits will know what I am talking about. But since this is also being posted to the showbunny list, and some other groups, I thought I would give a bit of info. I have something whiping out my standard chins and mixed bred rabbits. This started about two weeks ago. I started losing rabbits to severe bloat. Some of them acted as if they were unable to igest their feed properly. Fecal float from a vet got me nowhere.This seems to be jumping from one animal to the next. They have been on albon, and corid. Some of the rabbits responded to the albon, and are doing pretty good. The rest aren't. My first supect was th feed. I was feeding kent pro sho at the time. I switched back to manna pro thinking that would solve the problem. Nope. Second suspect was the hay. So I quit feeding it for a few days. The disease seemed to have let up. but now is picking back up an killing off some of my babies and fryers. I gave them sithemethicone and laxatives to no avail. I opened the one buck up tonight. This is what his intestines looked like after he was opened. This is not normal. This is the stuff that has been killing my rabbits. Notice in the first picture the intestines look very odd and swollen in places. Not sure if you can see them well enogh or not, but there are a lot of air pockets. They would be the dark round looking areas on the intestines. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts007.jpg a closer look. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts008.jpg Thisis what I found when I poned up that part of him. nothing but a whole bunch of undigested feed, and backed up fecal matter. That is only just for that part of him. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts001.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts002.jpg OK now this is the backside of that sound. Everything past it was filled with nothing but air pockets and clear jelly like stool. Fact is the jelly stuff was so thick that is looked like it was the culprit for causing the blockage. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts003.jpg And another of it. I think you look close enough you can see whwere I opened the small bowel. There is jelly secretion coming out of it. Here is more of the intestines where I am trying to show the air pockets, and abnormally filled bowels. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts004.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts005.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v281/jnlldxn/rabbitguts006.jpg I suspect its this little critter causing it, clostridium . I don't know how, but is there any way of getting rid of it without killing off my entire herd? I did see some clostridium treatment at tsc tractor supply. One of the bottles said for all livestock. I did not buy. But I thought I would ask you guys first if it can be used on rabbits. This is mostly effecting my jrs. They don't seemed to be any more stressed then normal. And hay and oats and grass clippings did not help them with it at all.