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Featured Stories on BackYard Chickenspost #54882 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:29amQuote:Originally Posted by ChickenCanoe
I was on the iPad when I posted it so it was easier to say that than:
"Will treat large roundworms, cecal worms, capillary worms, gape worms, gizzard worms, possible some species of tape worms". It will not treat eye worms, might not treat oviduct flukes
Internal parasites (endoparasites, worms, helminths)
- Acuaria spp ~ Dispharynx ~ Synhimanthus spp. $. Gizzard worms. Gizzard, esophagus and proventriculus. Can be a problem in endemic regions, mainly in birds kept outdoors.
- Ascaridia spp. $$$. Chicken . Small intestine. A serious problem worldwide, also in confined operations.
- Capillaria spp. $$. Hairworms. Crop, esophagus, small intestine, large intestine.
- Heterakis spp. $$$$. Cecal worms. Cecum. Probably the most threatening worms in all kind of poultry operations worldwide.
- Oxyspirura spp. $. Fowl eyeworms. Eyes. Usually a secondary problem in birds kept outdoors.
- Strongyloides spp. $$. Threadworms, . Small intestine. Can be a serious problem worldwide.
- Subulura spp. $. Cecum and small intestine. A secondary problem in birds kept outdoors worldwide.
- Syngamus trachea. $$. Gapeworms. Trachea, bronchi. A serious problem in birds kept outdoors in endemic regions.
- Tetrameres spp. $. Proventriculus and esophagus. Can be a problem in endemic regions, mainly in outdoor opertaions.
- Amoebotaenia cuneata = sphenoides. $. Small intestine. Usually a secondary issue in most poultry operations
- Choanotaenia infundibulum. $. Small intestine. Usually not a major issue in modern poultry operations.
- Davainea proglottina. $. Minute . Small intestine. Can be a problem in birds kept outdoors in endemic regions.
- Raillietina spp. $$. Small intestine. The most frequent tapeworm in poultry, however normally not a major problem.
Flukes (trematodes, flatworms)
- Prosthogonimus spp. $. Oviduct flukes. Oviduct, bursa of Fabricius. Can be a serious threat for birds kept outdoors in endemic regions.
-Kathypost #54883 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:33amQuote:Originally Posted by ChickenCanoe
Not a bad idea. May be best to try two different wormers going that route to limit resistance.
I don't think that worming twice with fenbendazole will cause any resistance.
-Kathypost #54884 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:47amQuote:so maybe Wazine in the water and then safeguard in a few days? Or just safeguard once and then the five day treatment in 10 days?
I just wish I knew who passed it.post #54885 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:52amQuote:Originally Posted by daxigait
Quote:so maybe Wazine in the water and then safeguard in a few days? Or just safeguard once and then the five day treatment in 10 days?
I just wish I knew who passed it.
Not sure how sick your birds are and how safe Wazine is to use with something that's sick. Are the sick ones even drinking enough for Wazine in the water to work? Do you have any Strongid or Exodus paste?
-Kathypost #54886 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:53ampost #54887 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:53am
@daxigait , have you felt the keel of all the birds in the pen where you found the worms?
-Kathypost #54888 of 1576312/15/16 at 7:56amQuote:
Pretty sure most wormers can be given with most antibiotics. I've looked in the Vet drug handbook and haven't seen anything in the way of drugs interactions with the types of medications that people use in poultry. Wazine can also be given orally, but I'd have to check the dose.
-Kathypost #54889 of 1576312/15/16 at 8:00amI will be going to ts to get something after work as I only have Wazine of the suggested meds.
U only have three birds that are still sick. Two are the Lavender Orpington hens that unless I can find someone I trust won't breed them I will likely be culling since I don't want them spreading ms. The other is the barred Rock that is getting worse not better with the bad leg. Of course if is Georgie my favorite. I may just pullbthem or treat them.post #54890 of 1576312/15/16 at 8:03am
Pictures from the Veterinary Parasitology Reference Manual - Fifth Edition
100mg/kg Wazine 17 is 1 / 2.2 x 100 / 170 = 0.27ml per pound
500mg/kg Wazine 17 is 1 / 2.2 x 500 / 170 = 1.34ml per pound
Edited by casportpony - 2/15/16 at 8:31am
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