The only ones I know of that are still available are levamisole (Prohibit powder online,) Wormout Gel online, and the very expensive version of SafeGuard Aquasol for cattle (around $300.) Piperazine or Wazine, the one used for years to treat only roundworms, is off the market I believe. The ones for direct dosage are Valbazen and SafeGuard Liquid Goat Wormer, and Panacur horse past. They cannot be mixed into water.
How many chickens do you have? Have you had any droppings checked for worms by a vet fecal float? Valbazen dosage is 1/2 tsp orally for a 4-6 pound chicken, then repeat in @0 days. SafeGuard dosage is 1/4 tsp per pound for 5 straight days.
Thank you Eggcessive. I had to buy the safe-guard liquid for goats. Could not find the others at the local farm stores.The retreat is 10 days right? I think that @ is a tiny typo.
Yes. Flubedazole is the active chemical. There are various tradenames; Flubenvet is probably the most common.What are the easiest worming methods? I am very interested in wormers that can be added to drinking water.
Are there any that do not require egg withdrawal?
Fenbendazole is approved for poutlry:It's the only wormer permitted in much of the EU and UK.