Hello all! I have 6 IB peachicks that will be 12 weeks old on Monday, Sep. 15th. I've heard that it's best to start worming at 3 months old, but I'm looking for some advice. I live in Central/South Texas, if that info helps. They are currently housed in a large brooder with wood floors. They have not had any contact with dirt yet. For the first week I had them out of their indoor brooders I dosed them with the preventative dose of Corid, per CasportPony's dosing guidelines. That was around 3 weeks old. I have them on the Purina Flock Raiser Crumbles. This weekend, we intend to have our large coop finished, a 12'x24' and 12' tall covered coop. It has a dirt floor. If we finish it, I'd like to put them out as soon as possible. My questions- Should I worm them now, or will the extra stress of moving them after worming make issues? Should I start them on preventative Corid before we put them out for their first contact with dirt? I have a bottle of Safeguard (fenbendazole) instead of Wazine, because it treats a wider spectrum of worms and I don't want to worm any more than I have to. Is Safeguard acceptable? Can I dose it by syringe, or is it best to do by water? I only have 6 birds, so I don't want to make 50 gallons of mix. LOL Would it be okay to worm them while starting the Corid, if needed? I just love these babies so much, and don't want them to get Cocci or worms with this transition to the new coop. Thank you in advance!