Copied from the above website.
This sounds like something I should have on the farm for everything, including the chickens!!!
8 oz makes 6.25 gallons
1 qt makes 25 gals.
8 oz makes 3 gallons
2.5 oz (5 tablespoons) in 1 gallon
20 mL (4 teaspoons) in 1 qt. water
Intestinal Parasites in Backyard Chicken Flockshttp://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/vm015
Keep birds off freshly plowed ground where ingestion of earthworms and other insects is more likely.
Use insecticides to control insect populations.
Chicken illness and treatments
And, the joys of keeping chickens can be found at the Chicken Chick and here at Urban Chickens.
And, finally. A great book for all chicken keepers to own. (Personally, we have a number of different books here on the farm for each type of livestock that we raise.)
Plus, this is my first go to place for any sick animal!
And, of course, they have a Face Book page.
An update for backyard chicken owners about medications and eggs. Good to know. A must read. Any animal that needs medication, for any reason is separated from their flock/herd and medicated alone. Any eggs that chicken might produce would go right into the manure pile and covered up.
That was possibly an overload of information for some of you. But, for chicken keepers, I hope you appreciate all the hard work these folks have done in order for people like me to share with you.
I am out of here!