What do you keep on hand at home for your chicken "first aid kit"? I've had a small flock of chickens for about 7 years, and knock on wood they've all been pretty healthy so far. But, I've recently expanded my flock a bit, and I figure with more hens comes the chance for more health problems. The feed store is pretty far from me, so I want to keep a small stock of things on hand to be able to treat common issues as they arise. I'm talking mostly about things that need quick treatment--for anything that can wait a couple days to be addressed, I can usually get what I need from Amazon or a drive out to Tractor Supply. Here's what I'm thinking so far: Vetericyn - wounds Saline wash - wounds styptic powder - wounds vetwrap - wounds Electrolytes - general distress VetRx - respiratory issues, scaly legs Corid -Coccidiosis Am I on the right track? What else would you add? I've never wormed my chickens, but I'm thinking maybe I should start, and add that to the list (thinking Wazine and Safe-guard). Thanks!