Best dewormer for general use?

Cyprus

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Hi! :frow
I'm looking for a dewormer to use with my flock as a general dewormer. I do not have an infestation but my flock is well overdue to be dewormed.
I would prefer to avoid an egg withdrawal period.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
I am open to both natural and chemical dewormers.
Price is not too much of an issue unless I'm spending $40+ for 10oz or something like that.

Thanks,
Cyprus :)
 

ChickenLeg

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Ive also used wazine $16 for a good sized bottle, this will probably be your cheapest solution, but I never eat the eggs for 2-3 weeks after treating them. Works well if you're hatching them but not if eating them.

Also Ivermectin will work well.
 

Cyprus

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Ive also used wazine $16 for a good sized bottle, this will probably be your cheapest solution, but I never eat the eggs for 2-3 weeks after treating them. Works well if you're hatching them but not if eating them.

Also Ivermectin will work well.
Really? I can use Ivermectin. I have Wazine already but thought it was only for roundworms.
 

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Really? I can use Ivermectin. I have Wazine already but thought it was only for roundworms.
Your right I havent used wazine in a while and forgot it only treated one type of worms.

I routinely treat for worms as a preventative twice a year. Havent had an outbreak since back in 2013ish. Valbazen has been my only dewormer since then.

And yes as the above poster said coccidiosis wont be cured by a dewormer. I use Corid liquid for coccidiosis twice a year as well as a preventative.
 

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