Proper Gamefowl Deworming

Proper Gamefowl Deworming

Weakened and pale-looking gamefowls are signs of worm infestation, not just malnutrition. Gamefowls easily get worms from the food and water they ingested. What should be our corrective measures?

We can solve the problem of worm infestation through pro-active and preventive deworming. This means we shall give a dose or two every month, so as to avoid any room for the worms to grow inside the body which could take its toll to our gamefowl's growth and overall performance.

Chicken Worms Tapeworm, roundworm, cecal worm, gape worm, eye worm, roundworm

It is important to note that there are six types of worms that are possible culprits. These are roundworms, tapeworms, cecal worms, gapeworms, gizzard worms and threadworms. For effective deworming, it is recommended to cycle deworming medicines all throughout or use multi-acting deworming products like any Praziquantel + Levamisole available in this website.

For chicks, we recommend Vermex Eco powder (Piperazine Citrate). Just mix 1 to 3 teaspoon to a gallon of water at ages 3 weeks, 2 months and 3 months.

For junior stags ages 4 to 5 months, use Tape Terminator drops. It is a combination of Praziquantel + Levamisole in liquid form for easier and more potent absorption. This drug is effective against tapeworms, cecal worms, gapeworms, gizzard worms and threadworms. Mix 2 teaspoons in a gallon of water. Give in 2 consecutive days.

For mature stags mix 3 teaspoons. Give every month at the same dosage. You may also use the tablets/capsule forms like Vermex Tablet, Astig Tablet, Wormal Tablet etc for mature stags and gamefowls.

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