If it's not one thing with my pullets, it another! Today, one of them had a spaghetti looking worm in her poop. I'm assuming its round worms, and was able to get ahold of wazine from the feed store. I have spent hours reading all of the posts on deworming, and I think I have a good plan of attack. However, this is my first time ever having chickens so I would really appreciate a thumbs up or down. Based on what I have read, and citing the first page of this thread, https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/423896/de-worming-chickens-with-goat-safeguard-fenbendazole I am thinking: 24 hours Wazine at 30 ml per gallon (back of the bottle dosage, started this afternoon) 14 days of nothing 3 days of Safeguard 10% for goats at 3 ml per gallon I can't get ahold of valbazen locally, so based on my reading, the fenbendazole 10% from amazon is the next best thing, right? I definitely want something that can go in their drinking water just to make this all as easy on everyone as possible. Chickens aren't laying yet, but if the start, then it will have a 2 week withdraw after each medication. And just for you amusement, I called a feed store I have never been to to see if they carried valbazen. The guy tried to tell me that the reason my chickens have worms has nothing to do with them being free range, and was the result of bad feed because I didn't buy it from their store! I couldn't hang up the phone fast enough!