Meet PeanelliPea, she is a six month old Spaulding Purple Black Shoulder hen. She came to live with us about six weeks ago. She lives in a brand new indoor coop with concrete floor and wood shavings. She lives there with her parents PapaPea, MomaPea, and her brother SonnyPea. She has not been feeling well for a few days now. She sleeps a lot with her head tucked under her wing. She does eat from my spoon when I go in to feed them twice a day. She does not take big bites, she just picks at the food taking little bites like her daddy. Today she was looking droopy so I brought her into the infirmary, gave her a heat lamp and tube fed her with 55ml of Kaytee Exact hand feeding formula with .40ml Baytril, Poly-Vi-Sol, vitamins and electrolytes added. Nelli shortly produced this. We took the plate of Christmas time goodies to the vet for a Fecal Float. The result was a high amount of coccidiosis. The vet recommended to use this. At this rate. My scale does not measure .05 gm. When we brought home the little family I did a round of Corid and Safeguard, how they now have Cocci, I have no idea but suffice it to say we will now do a round of Sulfamed-G for the entire brooder. Here is PeanelliPea before and after giving her evening tubing with the Sulfamed, Poly-Vi-Sol, vitamins, and electrolytes added. She weighs 1333 gm. well under what she should at this age. She feels very light. Here is her weight after another 55 ml feeding. She has gained 45 gm. I intend to weigh her every morning for the next five days of treatment to monitor her gains. Her night time picture after last feeding. With the FF exam there is no guessing what the problem is and I can immediately give the correct meds for the problem. The exam showed no worm eggs or blackhead.