I have never had to deal with worms in my chickens, but now I'm concerned that they may have that problem. This morning I went out to do my daily routine of stirring their poop up in the deep litter & in one of the nest boxes was some poop that most of it looked normal, but sitting on top of the normal poop was some more runny poop & I saw in it what looked like a little white worm. Also, there was this weird pinkish looking thing, almost salmon colored that I wasn't sure what it was (some kind of flesh or insides? Or some food like a piece of tomato?) & it appeared to have a white looking worm on it or coming out of it? I didn't see anymore of these possible worms, but I didn't dig in the poop either...lol. (pics below) I have been giving my chickens pumpkins & pumpkin seeds lately, so I wasn't sure if the pumpkin caused whatever this is to be expelled or if treatment is needed. If treatment is needed, what treatment do I need to use because I've read about several different treatments....Wazine, Ivermectin, Safeguard, etc. I've read some parasites are resistant to some of the treatments. I wasn't even sure if treatment is needed. I haven't seen any unusual behavior (other than hardly any eggs that I thought was due to molting, cooler weather, & less daylight hours) or anything or any other abnormal poops. Here's two pics of what I saw....notice the little "worm" looking thing in the runnier poop & the salmon colored thing (whatever that is) with a white looking "worm" thing on it or coming out of it. Thanks in advance!