Small dot of blood in stool

Kirmi8

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Hi - is this something to be concerned about? 40 chickens. Everyone is bright and alert - I haven’t notice anyone off. Recently dispatched a rooster that was terrorizing everyone, so I was curious if chickens can have stress issues that may affect their stool. Things are much calmer and back to normal since that rooster has been gone. Thanks in advance!
 

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dawg53

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Hi - is this something to be concerned about? 40 chickens. Everyone is bright and alert - I haven’t notice anyone off. Recently dispatched a rooster that was terrorizing everyone, so I was curious if chickens can have stress issues that may affect their stool. Things are much calmer and back to normal since that rooster has been gone. Thanks in advance!
That is shed intestinal lining, it's normal on occasion. If it becomes frequent, it would be best to get your birds started on Corid. Ensure waterers are clean and feces free.
 

Kirmi8

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Apr 27, 2021
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That is shed intestinal lining, it's normal on occasion. If it becomes frequent, it would be best to get your birds started on Corid. Ensure waterers are clean and feces free.
Thank you!
Yep, I am fairly diligent about keeping their waterer and feed clean (and the roosts and such).
 

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