Hi there. I just got three pullets today to add to my flock of three adult Rhode Island Reds. The pullets are about 5 months old. They have their own coop and are separated from my existing chickens. I planned to keep them apart to make sure they were healthy and also wait until they were bigger and similar in size before trying to put them all together. When I got them home, I examined the poop in the box and was relieved not to see any worms...until I saw a tiny egg looking thing which I now know is a tapeworm segment as it looks EXACTLY like one of the "nubs" in the poop picture I have seen dawg post. So, do I go straight for Zimectrin Gold? Pea size amount on a piece of bread? Do I do Wazine first to get rid of potential roundworms? Also, my girls were wormed when I first got them 3 yrs ago after I saw a wiggly roundworm in their poop. I never repeated it. I have not seen evidence of worms since that time, but have always been concerned that they are thin. I also worry that their poop is not always solid. It is some of the time, but not all of the time. No foam, but just not solid enough. So I'm wondering if maybe they have worms or some sort of intestinal thing. They seem happy and healthy and are still laying. It has slowed down, but they are older now so I expected that a bit. Since they are all in the same yard, the new girls definitely have tapeworm, and my girls potentially have worms, should I treat them all? I know Wazine is often recommended as a first dose because it's easier on them, but I know the new girls have tapeworm and Wazine will do nothing for them unless they also have roundworms. On the other hand, my girls may have worms which could be roundworms since those are the more common ones. I suppose I could go inspect their poop again. I haven't done that in awhile, at least not super close up. Could you please tell me what is the best course of action? The new girls can't give my girls tapeworm unless they shared the same space and my current ones ate something with the new girls' poop on it, right? Thanks for the help.