Well, can't find any answers. Seems they only make one wormer for poultry & its called wazine. Problem is its only for roundworms. My chickens fecal sample says mine have tremetodes. I'm sitting here going what the heck is a tremetode ? Never heard of it. Thinking to myself will they hurt my free ranging chickens. Also, the vet said tremetodes are rare in this neck of the woods. I ask the vet how do I treat my flock of 50 chickens. He says he doesn't know. Well, if he doesn't know I guarantee I don't. I've been looking under every rock out there & still have no answers. I even called Texas A&M. They gave me a phone # to the top poultry pathologist or expert in the state of Texas. He couldn't tell me much either. This all sounds crazy to me. I mean come on its the 21st century. I mean is this like cancer & there's no cure. The only way to rid them of tremetodes is chemo. Again, I'm lost on what to do. Sure, there's 10 million wormers out there but there all for goats, cows etc. What do chicken experts do just reach up in the sky & pick a wormer & give it to your birds. Doesn't sound logical to me. I mean I sell eggs & some say wait for god knows how long before you can sell or eat the eggs. Plus, I've never seen one that says it treats tremetodes again I've heard of nemetodes I have those in my garden & can't get rid of those LOL. Last thing are tremetodes still not sure what they are & if they will hurt my birds. Who knows how long they have had them ? I just want to do the right thing for my flock thats all. I don;'t wanna poision them with something that isn't even for poultry. I'm confused to say the least. Seems a lot of people especially out in the country don't care about there chickens but guess what I do. People around here just have this saying there just chickens. I don't treat my pets are livestock like people around here I hatched most of my chickens & there my buddies I took my chicken into the vet one day & some lady looked at me & said you bring your chickens here. Dang right I do I can't loose my family.