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Thanks for the update. They look like they are doing well.

Even though you (and they) have been through a stressful situation, I can't help but giggle over that one crazy tail feather sticking up :gigYou have to admit it is quite comical!

I see you are "spoiling" them with goodies, yummy pumpkin and apples, good for you.

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@liz72703 is correct, DE will not treat worms. Buy some Valbazen or Safeguard.

-Kathy
Now I feel I have been #1 mislead about the DE and #2 been very lucky that my girls haven't had worms. Off to research worming now.
Thank you for the info.
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Originally Posted by casportpony View Post

@liz72703 is correct, DE will not treat worms. Buy some Valbazen or Safeguard.

-Kathy
Now I feel I have been #1 mislead about the DE and #2 been very lucky that my girls haven't had worms. Off to research worming now.
Thank you for the info.

Don’t feel bad, I think all of us were mislead. big_smile.png Chickens can get many worms and these worms can affect the esophagus, crop, proventriculas, intestines and I think they can get flukes in their repro tract. Two worms are big enough to see if they happen to poop them out, roundworms and ceca worms. One might be able to see cecal worms, but they are quite small.

-Kathy
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