The last couple of days I've noticed some chick poo that looks, well, a little off. The color of baby poo. . .Today came home to find my brooder covered in bloody chick poo--way more than just a blood vessel or straining issue. Everybody is still acting fine and healthy, but I think this must be cocci? Right? Ugh. I just have no idea what to do. I just moved these two chicks in with my two ducklings after I sold off their siblings (they were lonely and very happy to have the chicks in with them). I also added my two newly hatched goslings just yesterday. . .and I have three more goslings hatching out. And another full brooder of chicks, also with two ducks and a goose. . . Can ducklings and goslings get cocci? Should I medicate everyone, or just the brooder I have seen symptoms in? (I just moved these chicks two days ago, and saw some of the darker poop before moving them, so don't think it is really isolated). How should I medicate? Past posts say corrid? How will this affect ducks and geese? What should I do? Ugh. We have a sick horse as work today, and now this, so I am just over the top.