I did a fecal on my teenager chickens and found coccidia. My couple questions being, 1). since I just wormed them the first time (and will repeat in 15 days), when do I treat for coccidia? One chicken that is not in with the young ones anymore had only 2 coccidia oocysts in his fecal. 2.) Should I treat him too or is leaving him with a light load not that burdensome to him, and actually help him create a resistance? Also, the teenager chickens I mentioned first are in the 'hospital coop' together being treated for vitamin deficiency. (one is being helped by vit deficiency treatment, the other was recently added to the hospital coop but now that I know they have coccidia her stumbliness could be due to that I guess). 3.) Anyway do I want to treat w/Sulmet OR Corrid, thinking one or the other might be better for something else that could be causing their stumbling and weak legs?