At first i thought my rooster had bloody poops so i seperated them. Nope my pullet has the runs bad and there is a good amount of blood in them. She has acess to our entire back yard and everything in it but i could not find anything that would cause her to have bloody poops. She seems active and her comb and wattles are bright red and she is eating and drinking well. I added apple cider viniger into there water and i have valbazen (sorry if i miss spelled ! ) since i have never wormed before . Should i go ahead and worm her ?? I can try and post pics of the poops if it would help. There is like little dribbles of blood on top . She is eating half oatmeal and half layena with meal worms as treats. And her butt is clean no poopy feathers. And she is 11 months. I have tylan if that would do any good but i forgot the dosing.