I have been treating my cockerel and pullets with ACV 4 Tablespoons per gallon water, in their water now for about 2 weeks. They have it everyday. Now the partial necropsy report said the pullets have several kinds of worms, and Coccidiosis and may have Mareks or Lymphoma, don't know which yet, doing more tests to find out. I noticed that on the paper where I have my cockerel, there was a worm, wound up moving. This is the first time I've seen this. It is clear/white/yellowish looking and when I stretched it out with a toothpick, it was about 2 or 3 in. long, it's kindof flat looking. I haven't got any wormer yet. Have read the posts about worms and decided to get Valbazen/Albendazole in case it may be tape worm. Is this correct, and should I continue to put the ACV in the waters, and is 4 TBS the right amount as I have read posts that say 1 TBS per gal. Also, I heard it was good to give sick chickens oatmeal to eat. Do you have to cook it first or just give it out of the box? Really need some advise on this. Thanks all.Oh yea, I have Corid 9.6% for the Coccidiosis. Haven't given any to the cockerel cause he is doing much better and is even crowing again and talking to me, don't think he has it, and hasn't been in the pen with the pullets that have all this other stuff, but I gave it to the pullets today at dosage of, per gallon of water- 2 teaspoons. Is this enough? Was going to give for 5 days. Is it okay to keep putting the ACV in water along with the Corid, or Corid alone?