Hi all, I know there are a thousand threads on here about ivermectin, but each thread is full of differing opinions and differing suggestions. Some people say 5 to 7 drops for bantams, and 1/4 cc for standards (even the Chicken Chick says this) but 5 drops IS 1/4 cc! What I think we're in need of is a thread of actual treatments. I suggest we post the form of ivermectin we've used, the dosage and whether it was injected, given orally, or used topically, and what ailment was being treated. In other words, don't just repeat the dosages that are posted elsewhere, post only your actual treatment. Also, can you post the efficacy that you noticed if applicable? Also, I have found this awesome chart for both approved and unapproved drug residues in eggs. On page 20 I think you'll be surprised at the results for Ivermectin given in the feed for 21 days! http://www.farad.org/publications/miscellaneous/LayingHensEggResidues.pdf I've just used Ivermectin for Scaly Leg Mites: 1% injectable 5 drops on a piece of bread fed to each 4 month old standard (4 birds managed to steal someone else's piece, and therefore got a double dose - 10 drops. No side effects have been observed 24 hours later.) It's only been a day, so I don't have any results to share, but also I plan on spraying their legs with frontline today so I won't have results for Ivermectin alone.