Hello folks - my Rhode Island Red, Ginger, eats more than my 4 other chickens together - always is the first to run to me to get snacks - very aggressive at pushing the others out of the way - but is still a sweet girl. The heavy snowfall here in Mass in the last 3 weeks has them limited to a small dry area under the coop when they free range. I have always been scared of gapeworm and constantly watch for it. Ginger eats EVERYTHING off the ground - I noticed her gape twice yesterday - but she was eating, drinking, laying normally. Today she did it about 4 or 5 times - and coughed/sneezed a couple of times. She is still eating but I have not seen her drink this morning. I have her separate from the others in my house. She is laying in front of my heater - not acting sick but not her usual top of the pecking order self, either. I have a chicken medicine cabinet - with Zimecterin Gold ( ivermectin/praziquantel paste) and Safeguard Goat liquid (105 fenbendazole). Which would be best - I want to nip this in the bud - I don't mind not eating the eggs for a week or 2 - I just want her well.