Has anyone tried putting medications...wormers, antibiotics, etc. in the empty gelatin or vegetable capsules to give to a chicken? I was wondering if they would even take it...like if you threw the capsule on the ground with some scratch or bread or something if they would just eat it. Or maybe, putting the capsule in a little bit of yogurt with some other chunky goodies if they would just gobble it up. Of course, you would have to make sure each one got their dose & no more. Also, I was thinking when you have to give them more than one medication at a time you could combine it into the capsule. I know you can do this for cats & dogs. Also, I've seen where they have flavored gelatin capsules for pets like bacon, beef, or chicken flavored. What about pipettes...the things sort of like droppers...does anyone use those for giving oral mediations? These: http://www.amazon.com/Droppers-Plas...ef=sr_1_1?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1322275922&sr=1-1 What about when giving oral medications with a syringe...do you use the actual syringe with no needle or one of the oral medication syringes? Like for when my son was a baby, it was much easier for me to give him medicine with the oral medication syringe instead of a regular syringe or a dropper. The regular syringe w/no needle seemed to leak out some while trying to give him medicine...like if he jerked his head real quick. The dropper seemed to dribble some drops out as well. With the oral syringe, it was much easier to just squirt it in his mouth. Something like this: http://www.amazon.com/Apex-Oral-Med...=sr_1_11?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1322275191&sr=1-11 And then I found these dental irrigation syringes. They seem to be angled just right to give a chicken medication. The angle of it seems where you could aim it right under the tongue. Here's one: http://www.amazon.com/Watts-Syringe...ef=sr_1_2?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1322274996&sr=1-2 So, what is your easiest way or preferred method to give a chicken oral medication?