Yesterday afternoon I went outside to give the chickens some scratch. Only 10 chickens went after it. The last one was inside the coop. She is a 15 week old buff orpington bantam. She was down on the ground in the shavings and had made a bit of a nest area. She wasn't too weak or lethargic, but she didn't fight being carried around as much as she normally would. I brought her inside. Gave her a quick dip in the sink in case she was too hot. She pooped on me on the way. Normal looking. Wrapped her up in a towel afterwards and she pooped in the towel also. A bit less firm, maybe. She did not show any interest in drinking any water. Feathers were not poofed out, but she was just off acting. I went ahead and decided to get the Corid out (we have goats and keep it for them.) Since it was late and she wasn't showing any interest in drinking, I gave her one drop of the liquid corid manually. Then I mixed up a small amount (1.2cc in 1 pint of water). I was able to get her to take in a bit of the medicated water by syringing it onto her beak. I scrambled up an egg and she ate a good amount of it. I kept her inside overnight. She pooped a few times overnight and this morning. Possibly a bit runnier than normal, but no blood or yellow or green. This morning she was pecking around at things so I got her some of her normal food and poured the medicated water into their old chick waterer. I lined a corner of a bedroom with puppy pads, added some shavings in the corner, and built a baracade around it. She's got about 10 sq ft to be in. She was walking around and making a few noises, but I decided to keep her inside today while I am gone to make sure she drinks the corid water. I plan on removing all but one waterer with the others and giving them corid water starting this evening. The only problem I have is that they sometimes drink the water in their wading pool and with it so hot, I don't want to remove that. Will that be okay? I thought if I saw any of the others exhibit any 'off' symptoms, I could give them a straight drop of the Corid (or it mixed with just a bit of water) or bring them inside. I picked up each bird off the roost last night and they all fought me pretty good - no one was weak at all. This morning when I let them out they all were running around like normal. Does this sound like an okay way to start until I see any other symptoms that would guide me?