Hi everyone, I just saw tapeworm segments in some fresh chicken poop last night (after I cleaned and put down fresh bedding in the coop...grrr). This is not the first time they have had tapeworm since my hens free range so I expect them to always have worms, I would just like to help keep them worm population down in them. My dilemma is that all I have ever used to worm my hens is Valbazen (probably on a total of 3 or 4 different occasions) and I have read to rotate worming medication, but I am not sure what else to use that will kill tapeworm. A lot of the threads on here seem to have conflicting information on what will and will not kill tapeworm, such as Safeguard for goats. I'm not sure what my other options are really. I contacted my local poultry vet, but they said with 15 chickens all needing to be treated it would cost around $75 if they gave me Drontal pills for my chickens and I just can't afford that for just one dosing, especially since that price doesnt' inlcude the required fecal test! So what are my other options or should I just keep sticking with the Valbazen?