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It is harkers 3 in 1 we used on her just under a week ago. Should I give her another treatment? I've included some pics of the box
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Since I really know nothing about the product I can't advise either way. Ivermectin doesn't treat all worms so may want to follow up with another type of wormer. Should be at minimum 10 days from the last dose before you worm again.

 

Either Panacur 10% (or any wormer containing fenbendazole) and wait a week before giving a wormer again.

 

Another option would be to use Flubenvet 1% Wormer. Package lists:

Domestic Poultry Wormer: Flubenvet 1% Medicated Premixture is effective against gapeworm, large roundworm, caecal worm, hairworm, and gizzard worm in chickens, turkeys, and geese. Activity includes adult worms, larvae and eggs.

 

You should definitely start treating for coccidiosis with amprolium

http://www.dacpharma.co.uk/amprolium-10/

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You win some and lose some. When at first you don't succeed: try... try... try... try and try again.

 

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Maintaining a Healthy Flock

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Poop Chart 

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Since I really know nothing about the product I can't advise either way. Ivermectin doesn't treat all worms so may want to follow up with another type of wormer. Should be at minimum 10 days from the last dose before you worm again.

 

Either Panacur 10% (or any wormer containing fenbendazole) and wait a week before giving a wormer again.

 

Another option would be to use Flubenvet 1% Wormer. Package lists:

Domestic Poultry Wormer: Flubenvet 1% Medicated Premixture is effective against gapeworm, large roundworm, caecal worm, hairworm, and gizzard worm in chickens, turkeys, and geese. Activity includes adult worms, larvae and eggs.

 

You should definitely start treating for coccidiosis with amprolium

http://www.dacpharma.co.uk/amprolium-10/

I agree. 

post #14 of 14
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I have since given flubenvet and coxoid for coccidiosis which had no effect.her poo is back to normal but still no eggs,still lethargic and still very pale complexion any other suggestions please x
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