Hi folks, I was wondering if it was acceptable/safe to use Aviomed 4-in-1 pills to treat my 2 Sebright Bantam hens. (it is made for pigeons) The Aviomed 4-in-1 pills contain: 15mg Furaltadone and Ronidazole 10% Are these drugs (Furaltadone and Ronidazole) safe to use on them as preventative care against e.coli, salmonella, and coccidiosis? They aren't laying right now, but I assume I'd have to toss any eggs for a period, a month or something? I have been searching for pill form chicken medications but can only find water soluble powders. I hope someone can tell me with certainty that these two medications are chicken-safe. I have had excellent success with these with my pigeons as an annual preventative treatment and during my quarantine process for new birds. I want to treat them because though I quarantined Bob (the lighter one) from Frog (the redder one) for 4 months after I rescued her as a sickly tiny chick, she hasn't been treated for anything (besides using medicated feed for 2 months in the beginning). She seems healthy but is a little leaner than Frog, and sometimes her poops don't look as excellent as Frog's. Thought it would be wise to treat them both "just in case" there's a little e coli, salmonella or cocci going on... then next month will do a deworming.