I will provide you with a photo when I’m back, unless the neighbors see the poop. Unfortunately, they other chicks immediately eat up all the blood and bloody pine shavings. Is that normal? I don’t know if they are eating the actual poop or just the blood surround it, I’ve only seen them eat the pine shavings. I was able to catch the bloody poop because I was actually watching her. I doubt my neighbors will be as attentive...Is it at all possible to get a photo of the black chick's poop? I for one derive a lot of information from a visual aid.
The fact that this chick is energetic, eating well, growing, etc. points to something of a more benign nature.
However, even a benign issue can present its own problems. We should try to identify it.
Hopefully she still will be alive and well tomorrow night when I return. What about the water from yesterday midday? I read online to replace it everyday but it was still mostly full when I left?