Well yesterday my one year old rooster was lethargic, tail down, puffed up, looking sick. He is still walking around okay, eating, and drinking. We went to the local feed store to buy some Clorid (I believe that is what it is called) or whatever they had for Cocci. It has been wet around here in the last few weeks so I assumed it was Cocci, as well I found some bloody poops in the past few days. No other birds are showing any sign of illness whatsoever. The first feed store cannot legally sell any, so I go over to Ontario and their feed store only has "Neo-Chlor" which is Tetracycline and Neomycin Sulfate. It says on it to dissolve one whole pouch into 225 L of drinking water for 3-4 days. 225 Liters is a whole lot, so obviously this is for big farms or something. It says on it NOT for laying birds. Is this the right medication? If not, where the heck do I find it?!?! I also got them powdered vitamins, should I give that to them now or after the medication?? I need to get something into my sick rooster. If these ARE the right meds what are the proper doses for a backyard flock? I have around 45 birds, from 2 month olds to adults. Argh! Edit: Changed topic title. I am not so sure it is Cocci anymore, I jumped to that because of the bloody poop. Any ideas?? And what about the bloody poop?? The bloody poop is always in a normal looking poop, in the white stuff, in a brightish red chunk. I originally thought it was shed intestinal lining. Do I treat for Cocci because of the bloody poop?? What could be wrong with my rooster?