The wormer is in Tiny pellet form. Looks easily eaten. Unfortunately our hens don’t care for the smell. They shake their heads and walk away. We tried putting them in minimarshmellows. They eat around it. I haven’t been able to hide it in something where they will eat it and not find it.
I personally like the smell of the herbs. I think we just have oddball hens.
I will be giving some to friends to see if their flocks eat it since mine are picky chickys!
My hens like these, but maybe just because they add a nice green speckle to the bland uniform grey/brown Omlet food (mine are grass lovers!).
It remains to be seen if they work, but so far, so good.
Would have given this higher rating but have only just used product so little early to tell if successful. Bantams did try to avoid eating pellets so not all consumed but hopefully enough to do the job. Easy to administer and simple instructions. Would recommend you give it a try. Best aspect is that there is no egg withdrawal.
It seems good, but it didnt have a measure inside as advertised.
Easy to use, simply mixing scoops of pellets into normal food. Chickens seemed to notice a slight difference in their food but ate it anyway.
I'm sure this will help my chooks if only I can trick them in to eating it! I've tried to feed them it by hand but they drop it on the floor and seem uninterested. So I've mixed it in with the corn and hope for the best.