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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by timtikihutt, Oct 17, 2016.
I need to talk to some one about working my chickens
Can you be slightly more clear with your question? I;m not sure how I can answer it as is.
Greetings from Kansas and ! Great to have you aboard! I typed 'worming' into the BYC search box and a lot of old threads popped up. I'm sure you can glean a lot of information from reading them. Best wishes. https://www.backyardchickens.com/newsearch?search=worming
Welcome to BYC! It's great to have you.
Welcome to BYC! I'm glad you joined us!
Hi and welcome.
What makes you believe your chickens need worming? Have you seen worms in their poop? If so can you describe them or post a photo?
There was a recent thread "Topic of the week - deworming chickens"
which has a lot of useful info.
Getting a faecal sample analysed can help establish if you need to deworm.
Hello there, and welcome to Backyard Chickens! Pumpkins are very easy to find this time of the year, and the seeds and pulp make great natural wormers! I hope you enjoy BYC as much as I have!
I have game boosters and hens..and most of them have bony breast bones..I don't want them fat, I feed them almost a full Beini weini can of game cock food once a day in afternoon.. that was recommended to me. I wormed them recently with a mixture of Dr blues enzum game fowl wormer.and safe guard dewormer for goats..50/50..that mixture was also recommended.I done that 10 days ago, and again today..7 drops per chicken in the mouth with a syringe.depending on there body weight. So now there shouldn't be a worm problem,(if there was one)
But there breast should not be bony like that..and they pretty much been like that..even the smaller ones