We got rid of all our chickens several weeks ago but the manure was too frozen in the coop to clean until today. I did a major cleaning today, hosing the whole coop out and found a bunch of white translucent worms (they were all dead--not sure if it was as a result of the water or if they were dead before that as I didn't see them till I started hosing). They were about 1" long, translucent but then with white rings on the inside (like segments but not a tapeworm). Kind of pointy on both ends. Very thin. I've wormed for round worm before but these didn't look like round worms unless they were in a stage I'm not used to seeing. The wood was rotting out in some places of the nesting boxes and manure had packed in there; so I was wondering if they could possible be potworms I've read about? Just not sure. Thought I'd see if anyone has anything to offer.