FORGIVE MY DUMBLINESS!!! I have a small, well, GROWING flock of almost all bantam silkies. They are all due or past due for worming. I treated everyone with Ivermectin in Jan. I thought at the time they would need every 6 months. I lost a 8 mo. roo quickly. Now, a couple hens have the same diarrhea, wet bum- stinky poo he had. I have amprol treated. the poo is watery clear with regular colored loose poo mixed in. I'm keeping them washed off since their booty fluff makes for a mess. Now, worming...I'm not completely sold on Ivermectin but i have it on hand- I can switch. I just want something effective. I want to do the best i can in their care. They are show stock now at this point. $$$ How about WAZINE? I just want safety as well and effectiveness. Hmmm...and if it matters I dropped on the backs of their necks last treatment-heard it was less taxing on their systems. It's mainly dosing I'm concerned about AND when someone says DROPS what measures the drop- a dropper? I used a really small allergy syringe with short needle- probably produces less than a regular drop. OH- and I have multiage chickies too- so i'll have to alter the dosage accordingly. This topic has been on my much needed questions lately now that i have a rescue chicken mite situation under control. ANY SUGGESTIONS I'LL LOVE TO HEAR THEM!!! THANKS!!!