Sorry to bother you but I am so confused by all of the replies on how to and when to worm. Reading all of the replies can be so confusing I think I am going to go bonkers. Could you please help me. I am planning on starting my worming with wazine this morning unless otherwise directed. I was reading older posts and newer post about worming. I bought "Wazine" AND "Valbazen". I had planned on using wazine first and then in ten days use valbazen and after ten days do it again. Holding back the eggs for the 30 days. Most people stated that if I used a powerful agent first it could cause a blockage and severe problems with my chickens. Then I had people telling me that it didn't matter, to use the valbazen first. Since you are the experts, could you please advise me on which way to worm my chickens? I certainly don't want any harm to come to them and I don't want to loose anymore. Is it going to be bad for them if I put the Wazine in their water for 3 days or should I just forgo it all together? Like I said I DO have both products. I am seeing 1/4 size rice looking things in their poo. Not all are infested, but I want to worm all for health reasons. If one has them it's just a matter of time before they all do. Also, I have 2 cochin hens born May 19th and 1 buff orpington roo born May 21st. They are 7 months now. First eggs Dec 13th. Are they too young to worm or at what age can I worm them. They are kept in a separate pen inside the main pen and have zero contact with the older birds. Oh, by the way, how much of the wazine do I use and is it possible to give it to each bird individually instead of in the water? I have 4 bantam am game and I don't want them to overdose themselves. I also have a barred rock hen that would rather play in the water than drink it. I know for the valbazen it is .05 ml for standard and .25ml for bantams. Please correct me if I'm wrong about the amounts. Thank you for your expertise, I really appreciate it. Happy Holidays to you and yours.