We've been on a deworming schedule all year trying to get rid of the capillary worms. Seems to have been working pretty well, as far as overall flock health. However, I have one very sick little pullet, who, (of course) is one of our pets. Fecal test disclosed capillary worms. I have been treating her with some success with Fendbendazole (Panacur suspension) at 1 cc per day. She weighs about three pounds. However, her comb is still very dark around the edges and she is weak. Has been eating ok up until today, but not drinking very well. I was finally able to coax her into drinking water with probiotics and apple cider and applesauce in it, and she seems a little better since we've been concentrating on getting her to drink. ( Kathy, if you are reading this, I remember what you said about the importance of water, so true). I know the kind of damage worms can do, but I'm just wondering if I should try another dewormer. She's been on the Panacur for five days now. She is still very weak and her little comb is brown around the edges. I really don't want to lose her. so m y questions are: Try a different dewormer? Is 1cc per day enough Panacur? ( I have Valbazen also, and Levamisol) Should I try oregano oil in the water too while she's on dewormer? Or I also have Zyfend, which I can give her, but I dont want anything to lessen the effect of the dewormer, I doubt if the supplements would, but not for sure.