We just discovered that my Red Star pullet, Cinnamon, has worms. We don't know how long she has had them, but we found a long 3-inch worm in her droppings and we saw some moving around in some of her droppings. After looking at the long 3-inch worm, we noticed that it had tiny white lines inside it that looked like small white worms. We think it may be roundworms? And I'm guessing that the rest of the flock has the worms as well. We have never dealt with worms in our small flock before. So, how do we treat them? I've heard of natural de-wormers, but I don't really remember what they are...? We don't really want to treat the whole flock with a chemical de-wormer because I've heard that you can't eat the eggs after you give it to them, and our Red Star hens provide most of the eggs that we eat (otherwise we would be only getting 2 eggs a day from our two buff orpington pullets). If you have ANY information on roundworms(if that's what they are), please let me know! Thanks!!!! P.S. I think that a natural de-wormer is pumpkin seeds??? I thought I read somewhere that someone gave there chickens a whole pumpkin and they ate the seeds and everything else and it's suppose to cure worms. True? Also, I will post a picture of the 3-inch worm later.