It is our recommendation to feed Multi-Wormer continuously, the most efficient control of any parasitic disease is prevention of re-infection. Mix one scoop of Multi-Wormer per pound of feed.
What should I expect to see in the chickens fed Multi-Wormer?
Multi-Wormer produces a slow elimination of worms from the bird into the feces. The worm burden is reduced in the bird over a few weeks. In the case of capillary worms, it may take up to 6 weeks to produce the desired results.
Is Multi-Wormer safe for consumers and animals?
Yes, Multi-Wormer is a safe feed additive for chickens when used according to label directions.. Birds fed Multi-Wormer are required to have it withdrawn 3 days prior to slaughter. The eggs produced from hens fed Multi-Wormer are safe for human consumption. Studies show there is no significant residue in the eggs of chickens treated by Hygromycin B.
Are there any negative effects on hatchability or fertility in the chickens fed Multi-Wormer?
When used according to labeled directions for dosage, there are no negative effects on production parameters.
How do I mix up a smaller quantity of Vitamins & Electrolytes than is listed on the label.
You would use 1/3 of a teaspoon of Vitamins & Electrolytes per gallon of water. Example, if you have a 3 gallon waterer use a teaspoon of Vitamins & Electrolytes.
How often should I apply the Pick No More Lotion?
That will depend on the aggressiveness of the birds. Some birds you might only have to apply once a day for several days before they quit pecking their “victim”. Other birds are very aggressive and it might require applying 2-3 times a day for extended periods. There are even some birds that nothing helps, they are what we like to call "Stew".
How does the Pick No More Lotion work?
The Pick No More Lotion works first by covering up bare skin that is attractive to aggressive birds. Secondly it has a safe, food grade ingredient that repels the offending birds. Pick No More also contains tea tree oil and aloe vera to help heal existing wounds.