Can anyone advise me on how to give my hens a daily dose of Panacur for gapeworm without stressing them or me too much? They are not used to being handled at all, and aren't catchable during the day, so I am having to put them into individual boxes each night when I remove them from their roosting perch in the coop. Then I take them out of the box in the morning and give them 0.4ml of Panacur each. I have tried wrapping them in a towel, but the main problem is getting them to open their beaks so that I can put the syringe in and make sure to get it in far enough so it goes down the right way etc. So far I have had someone to help me with it, but I will have to do it single handed from tomorrow on. I They are light sussex bantams which I have free ranging part of the time in my garden. I am also wondering if I am going to have to do this on a regular basis if they are likely to pick up gapeworm again. I have never kept poultry before and to the best of my knowledge, poultry have not been kept in my garden ever before, so I am not sure where the gapeworm came from. I got the hens at the beginning of August from an organic farm. All advise welcome. Thanks.