Blood in caecal droppings – sound alarm bells

Blood in caecal droppings - sound alarm bells. Photo: Edward Mailyan
Blood in caecal droppings - sound alarm bells. Photo: Edward Mailyan

If blood is seen mixed within the caecal droppings of your chickens…. what could that mean and what do you need to do?

The image below was provided by Roodbont Publishers and is part of the Look, Think, Act series that will be published weekly on World Poultry. Hover over the icons within the image for more information.


Also interesting: When chicken droppings contain white and green substances….. what does that mean for the chicken?

These issues have to do with the birds’ health. Visit World Poultry’s health tool to learn everything you need to know about poultry health.

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