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Worms in chicken droppings

 
Ryan Workman
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In the market the other day I had a friend ask me if I have had any problems with worms in my chickens. She went on to describe how she can see her chicken pooping out worms. I haven't had any problems with this before and have no idea how to treat it naturally. Has anyone here had experience with this and has a good remedy? Thanks!
 
D. Moonstone
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I've heard that feeding them raw pumpkin is a good, natural dewormer. Hope that helps!
 
Dave Hunt
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The husks of a black walnut is a natural dewormer. I am not sure the exact amount to give chickens but you could probably grind some of the husk up and add it to there water. I have seen it work for humans, goats, and dogs. Good luck.
 
Danielle Pannhurst
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Food grade diatomaceous earth is all around safe dewormer for anything! Especially good for us too!! Besides that, the aforementioned black walnut.
 
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