Help is needed! One of my 31 chicks has died. Two days ago I noticed that my Araucana/Americana chick looked cold, fluffed and stand offish from the others. The day was overcast so I brought her into the house. The next day the sun was out and I put her back with the others. When I cleaned out the cage in the house I noticed she had blood in her poop. I was recommended to treat all my 8 week old chicks with Duramycin-10,which I started yesterday. Of course the Araucana/Americana chick died last night. After reading about coccidiosis, I feel this is what she may have had. This morning I now have a buff orpington that is showing signs of illness. Wing down and fluffed. She is still pretty perky, more so than the other and I want to make sure I am treating them correctly with Duramycin. I read that Corid is a better medication for coccidiosis, so I have sent my husband to purchase it. If this is correct, does anyone know the dosage? Any recommendation will be appreciated to save my other chicks. So signs are: fluffy as though it is cold wing down bloody poop. My chicks are 8 weeks old and I have a flock of 30 chicks now. They are housed in a new coop and yard with plenty of pine shavings to keep it dry.