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Other Names: Heterakis
|Albendazole is a benzimidazole anthelmintic which is used off-label in poultry. The drug is given to each bird orally. Measure out ¼ mL (per bantam) or ½ mL (per regular-sized breed). Repeat in 2 weeks.
|Safeguard 10% Liquid Dewormer for Goats
|Fenbendazole is used off-label in poultry. Add to the flock's drinking water source at a rate of 3 mL per gallon of water.
|Panacur or Safeguard Equine Dewormer 25 g Paste 10%
|Fenbendazole is used off-label in poultry. Given individually to each chicken orally, squeezed out in a pea-size portion and placed inside their mouth. Repeat in 10 days.
|(1% Ivermectin) Injectable for Cattle and Swine
|Ivermectin is used off-label in poultry. The drug is given to each chicken orally or added to the flock’s water source.
If given by mouth - 0.25 mL per large size, 0.1 mL per bantam size.
If added to flock water source- 4 mL per gallon of water. Made fresh daily for 2 consecutive days.
|Levamisole Soluble Drench Powder (46.8g)
|Levamisole is used off label in poultry. It's added to the flock’s water source.
Note- Chickens who are severely debilitated should not receive this medication, because it will impact their ability to fight infections.
Add to the flock’s drinking water source - at a rate of 10 mL per gallon of water for only 1 day.
|Added as 2% of overall diet
|D Bennett; R Isabirye et al., 2019
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