Look for fenbendazole, albendazole or any *wormer* that ends in "zole". Any dog, cat, rabbit, goat, horse or cattle product that ends in zole will work if the correct amount is given.
Any poop yet?
Got up at 6, paid a visit to the patient and helped her get some water in. Made a trip to a local cattle-supplies store and got some anti-worm meds for small farm animals, when I got home she had died.
Kathy, thank you so much for your help, it seems I sought help in too late a stage. We've had chickens being a bit down and clumsy before and never had it lead to death. I'll be sure to do research on how this can be prevented, I just got an address for an avian specialist 40km from here (crossing the border into Germany). The rest of you, thanks as well for your input, I appreciate it so much!
Happy holidays everyone and in the new year I'll give y'all an update with the situation and some coop picks in a happier message.
I'm so sorry for your loss!
If you can get a necropsy done, that will help you a lot in knowing how to prevent it in the future. In the US a lot of universities will do them for free or a small fee, so that would be a good place to start. That avian specialist would most certainly do it as well, it just might cost a bit more. They would also know if any universities near you will do it...