Still working on the numbers for the paste, but have numbers for the pour-on for those that are like me and like to use medications per the label (yes, I know it's not labeled for poultry, but the dose amount is the same as it is for cattle).
Pour-on ivermectin is .05%, which means there are 5mg per 1ml (5mg/ml) and the recommended dose is .5mg/kg, so that's .1ml per 2.2 pounds. I know many give more, which is probably fine, but this might help someone if they decide to dose a peachick or bantam chicken.
FYI, I think the LD50 (median lethal dose) in mice is ~30mg/kg, so it really is very safe.
Edited to add: If my math is wrong, please correct me!
I am also interested in the numbers for the Ivermectin paste. I'm not sure if my peacock has mites, fleas, or lice.. I was watching him napping and noticed that he had a lot of dandruff/chicken dust stuff on his head. I looked closer, and realized they were moving. They are tiny tiny little white/translucent things. They are so small I can't tell if they are more like worms or bugs. He was just dewormed at the beginning of April.
Edited by PavoFowl - 4/22/16 at 3:18pm