Well, I've run a small experiment with my peafowl and turkeys. Having read that you could use Ivomec in their drinking water, and also some folks say that it wouldn't work because the Ivomec was oil based, I decided to bite the bullet and try it myself. First, let me add, that I'm sure that giving the fowl the Ivomec directly, either as an injection, or as an oral "drench", would be best, but, my situation makes handling my peafowl difficult, so I would rather not. Anyway, the first thing I did was add about 1/2 cc of Ivomec injectable for cattle, to some tap water to observe what it did. It did not act like an oil, it immediately went into solution! But, it also formed a white precipitate, that settled on the bottom. Hmm,....I wonder if stirring will desolve the precipitate,....voila! Into solution it went!! So,....today my peafowl and turkey are drinking Ivomec spiked water!! Please weigh in on your experience with Ivomec, and any other thoughts.