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Don't drain, add dry until an oatmeal consistancy. Stir vigorously to ensure it is mixed in well.
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Black Copper Marans, Easter Eggers, Mutts, ducks, and PEAFOWL!!!  India Blue, IB White Eye, IB Pied WE split Cameo, IB Silver Pied, IBBS, IBBS split Cameo, IBBS Pied, IBBS WE, Cameo, CBS (Oaten), Cameo Pied, CPWE, CSP, and Purple Black Shoulder. African Gray Parrots, a bunch of those dang guineas.  Oh, and honeybees, around 200 hives.  And two Great Pyrenees puppies.

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Yes, I feed fermented, so looking at it that way (which I wasn't, so thanks) the dosage isn't that hard to figure.  According to mercks:
http://www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/poultry/helminthiasis/overview_of_helminthiasis_in_poultry.html

ivermectin 1% at 10 mg/mL in water were effective in removing A galli, H gallinarum, and Capillaria in chickens.

The 1% ivermectin floats on water, so I would not suggest trying that. Not sure where Merck's got that info from, but I'm pretty sure it's wrong.

-Kathy
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Originally Posted by Trefoil View Post

Yes, I feed fermented, so looking at it that way (which I wasn't, so thanks) the dosage isn't that hard to figure.  According to mercks:



http://www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/poultry/helminthiasis/overview_of_helminthiasis_in_poultry.html



 



ivermectin 1% at 10 mg/mL in water were effective in removing A galli, H gallinarum, and Capillaria in chickens.


 



I haven't used Ivermectin since I tried it and lost a couple of birds so I can not promote it. However, IF I was going to go out on that limb, I would mix the recommended amount in the water that I intend to use in making my mash.

I'm with you on that... Too many people have lost birds after using ivermectin.

-Kathy
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