Chickens and Ivermectin | Uses & Dosing
The information given here should not be considered as professional advice. Where there is conflicting information, you should always follow the advice of your vet.
Overwhelmed with the controversial information on effectively treating chickens for parasites? I don’t blame you, been there! I have to admit, I’m not a fan of all the natural stuff, so if you are, the information in this article is probably not for you. Natural is okay for management purposes, but when there’s an infestation problem, I want super fast and effective results.
Below are articles I found to be most helpful AND successful in treating my flock for mites, lice, or whatever they had… I’m still not actually sure. All I know is they are GONE. After much conflicting research, I chose my treatment plan, which is detailed in the first article listed below.
Natural remedies just don’t cut it in many cases, I tried them all and found them to be only minimally successful. If you have a real problem sometimes you just have to get out the big guns so to speak and use what works… Continue Reading
Ivermectin – For Worms, Lice & Mites
Ivermectin is an anti-parasite medication, effective against most worms (not tapeworm), mites, and some lice including scaly leg mites and northern fowl mites. Ivermectin pour-on / drops are applied to the skin… Continue Reading