I deal with intense cocci infections regularly with chicks reared free-ranged around penned adults resulting only about four chicks reared per hen per brood which is half that realized with hens reared well away from same areas. Space limitations prevent keeping all hens with chicks away from pens. To combat this I have been using Corid laced water but have difficulties getting chicks to consume enough without using it in all water containers on ground where chicks pass by. Additionally many chicks decline in health so fast that they loose interest in drinking enough water to survive long enough for treatment to work. I have tried using wetted fed laced with Corid but even then feed intake is often too low. After reading the numerous assertions that yogurt was beneficial I decided to give it a go on two broods. One part chick starter was mixed with 2 parts plain yogurt and then Corid was added at a rate similar to what would be used if mixed volume was water. The mixture was made and applied fresh twice daily. Intake of the mixture was very good resulting in crop fill even with very weak chicks. Chicks were still allowed free-choice access to water that was not laced with Corid. Mortality appears to have been cut in half and recovery time is about 3 days instead of the usual week to ten days. Results are interesting enough that procedure will be repeated in future with more control to see if it can be repeated.