You need to do more than one day. I think it's the same length of treatment but I believe for a chicken the amount would vary between 1cc for a bantam or younger chick to 2.5 cc for a larger rooster like a Jersey Giant maybe. The 10 days you skip is one of the most crucial parts to the treatment. Parasite eggs are usually resistant to most wormers. That's why you wait 10 days so the eggs can hatch but not able to mature and reproduce yet. Killing all worms inside the body.
Another Safeguard question. Sorry ya'll wanting to get this over with. I saw where a member posted we could use 3 CC per gallon of drinking water as long as it was the only water available. Will this work for the last 4 days? I'm home all day so could mix small batches of water. Just totally thrilled at this possibility. I have bad arthritis junk and it's been flaring in my hands the past few weeks. Typing isn't even easy=why I was wearing so much safeguard yesterday LOL
We don't mind questions. You have them and we'll help find a solution. I don't know if they make a water soluble Safeguard. Safeguard is an oil base I believe so it doesn't really mix with the water it just floats. If I remember correctly. On medicines, if you are to mix it in the water it will usually say on the directions or somewhere on the medicine, water soluble, or it will give you x cc or x mg per x gallon(s).