Thanks for all the help. I will look at Walmart this weekend. Even if it doesnt deworm the fact that it helps the poop and immune system is good. So any other good tips? This is what we have as far as our flock. We have one thailand hen, 2 gold comets, 3 New Hampshire reds, and we just got 4 dark brown leg horns. Those girls are about 4 months old and havent started laying yet. We feed Layena and provide supplemental oyster shells at just a free container so they can eat it if they want too. We also give scratch as a treat. The comets and NH reds I think are older birds. We bought them first when we didnt know a whole lot about chickens and they was missing a good bit of feathers and it seemed they would never grow back so we got calf manna and they are now showing signs of pin feathers. We had the sorriest looking flock for awhile. We also give them scratch feed as a supplement. Now I guess I wonder do we have to do anything special for them for the winter? We live in Western NC in the foothills. So it gets cold but not as cold as the mountains. Thanks again for all the help.