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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by cdavis76, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. cdavis76

    cdavis76 Out Of The Brooder

    Dec 9, 2010
    How do you know if your flock has worms? also if found to have them what is the best method ofr treating them? Not getting any eggs so assuming this could be the problem.
  2. thebanthams

    thebanthams Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jun 12, 2010
    Safford, Arizona
    You can see worms in their poop, but are they moulting? did you change their food? weather changes can affect them. some can go on for weeks not laying eggs
  3. sumi

    sumi Égalité Staff Member

    Jun 28, 2011
    Rep of Ireland
    You should deworm your flock every 6 months as a preventative. Valbazen is a good. They could stop laying because of a worm infestation, but other things like changes in the weather, their food and things like getting moved, stressed, broodiness and moulting are also possible causes.

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