I bought four 3-4 week old chicks on Friday. I bought them from a breeder nearby. He said they are Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas and I saw the parents on site. The father was a beautiful splash Rooster so hopefully they are pure. Anyway- when I got home with them I noticed bloody poop in the crate and two were pretty lethargic. The forums here and Google helped me deduce they probably have coccidiosis so I ran up to Tractor Supply to pick up some Corid but they were out of stock. The local co op only had a gallon size. I was able to order some on Amazon but even with Prime 2 day shipping it's not guaranteed to arrive until Tuesday. In the meantime I decided to start them on probiotics, vitamins, electrolytes, ACV in their water, and add a little DE to their chick starter- just hoping to keep them alive until the meds arrive. By Sunday I was seeing no bloody poop at all and they have all perked up considerably. They are eating and drinking well and just visibly appear healthier. My question is- should I treat them with the Corid anyway when it gets here. I don't want to give them unnecessary meds but I also don't want a relapse. The Corid won't hurt them if they don't actually have coccidiosis will it?