We currently have 6 hens in our flock. 4 of which are about 8 months old and the other 2 are only about 4 months old. About a month ago, we lost a hen due to being egg bound. After speaking with our vet, we decided lack of nutrition was the only possibility for causing this. We changed their food to a high quality layer feed, changed how oyster shells are offered, and even started making them "breakfast" every morning. One morning will be scrambled eggs, yogurt, and kale and the next will be oatmeal, cottage cheese, and kale. We alternate each meal everyday. Ever since these changes, our hens have been looking very good but their poop sure has changed. They have very watery poop during the day which I have contributed to the amount of extra water they are getting in their daily breakfast. Last night, I noticed what looked to be a dried drip of blood on the lower coop wall. I don't think its been there long. I am now worried that maybe coccidiosis could be an issue. A fecal test will cost about $40 and Im not sure which bird the dropping came from. I am thinking of treating their water with Corid for a week as a safety net. Does anyone agree or think I should go a different route? Thank you in advance!