Hello! Last night I referred back to some old posts here (by dawg53, who apparently doesn't post here anymore?) that I'd found in the past about deworming with Valbazen and then went out and dosed my small flock, but suddenly this morning, I wondered if I'd done it correctly because - in part - I may have mixed up the info ... : ( I shook well and gave the right dosage (1/2 cc for standard sized chicken). What I might have mixed up and messed up on was I saturated a chunk of bread with it inside the house - one per chicken - and then walked it outside to the coop to feed one at a time. I remembered this a.m. that the saturating-bread trick was advised for Safeguard, and maybe not Valbazen. I'm hoping this won't be a problem though, since the bread soaked it up. However, in the past, I'd saturated the bread outside just before giving it (well, before giving Safeguard) to each chicken, and in doing so in the house this time, the bread was not wet when I fed it to them, and I wonder if there's a problem with it having dried into the bread (but there was about only a few minutes lag of time). Anyway, I plan on redosing in 10 days - I read that here... although I've also read to wait 14 days here and somewhere else! AND I also read online (on the Chicken Chick's site), after dosing, that over 2cc of water should be drawn up to give with the dose of Valbazen! I'd never seen that on this forum, and I wonder if my guys will be ok without having done that! Any ideas? Thank you!