I would too.
I've used herbal several times according to the directions as a preventative in chickens.
I'd like to do a test with a fecal prior and after treatment but I've never had a positive. Maybe because I've used it.
I can't afford to do fecals frequently. I have a microscope I need to send in for repair so I can do my own.
I'm going to get some goat meat the next time I get to Seafood City (Asian/Latin market)
I gave my oxtail soup a Jamaican twist yesterday. I wish I could find organic oxtail.
Amen. Same with giving antibiotics as soon as a chicken gets sniffles without knowing what's wrong. = superbugs
I know you know this but to clarify, the worms are resistant, not the livestock. That's why it's important to change anthelmintics frequently if possible.
I wish it was inexpensive for me. If I can get a vet to do it I have to drive almost and hour each way. There's hundreds of vets around me but they're all pet vets.