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post #61 of 63
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Originally Posted by Jober View Post
 

Link to good informational article on deworming chickens.

http://www.communitychickens.com/worming-flock-need-know/

Welcome to BYC!

 

-Kathy

post #62 of 63
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Originally Posted by Eggcessive View Post
 

Vinegar will not deworm your chickens.  If you want to treat for all chicken worms, Valbazen would be good, SafeGuard Goat wormer or horse paste will treat all but tapeworms. Wazine will only get roundworms.   It depends on the conditions where you live for how often you worm.  Twice a year is the average to worm, but people living in hot humid areas may need to do it more often.

I'm just curious, but how much Valbazen would i have to use for my birds since we've just started deworming them.

post #63 of 63
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Originally Posted by AmeraucanaHens View Post
 

I'm just curious, but how much Valbazen would i have to use for my birds since we've just started deworming them.


Welcome to BYC. Valbazen is pretty safe. You can use 1/4 ml for bantams, 1/2 ml for regular hens, and 3/4 ml for large hens and roosters given orally undiluted, and repeat that is 10 days.

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