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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 3:07 pm 
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The ag lime is awesome works perfect for worm treatment

Does it kill all the types of worms?

No it does not so still worm when needed



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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
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Which is best wormer to use please Looloo

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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
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Which is best wormer to use please Looloo

I think it depends on what you are trying to trat for but Looloo will know better




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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
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Doolan wrote:
I am very very surprised to still see Poultry websites suggesting the use of hydrating lime in poultry care when it is a burning dangerous lime that should not be ingested.

So am I [smilie=a_holycrap.gif] good to see not here

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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
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Nelly wrote:
Doolan wrote:
I am very very surprised to still see Poultry websites suggesting the use of hydrating lime in poultry care when it is a burning dangerous lime that should not be ingested.

So am I [smilie=a_holycrap.gif] good to see not here

That one of the negatives of the internet anyone can say anything and some places are just all silliness

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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 9:01 pm 
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Katy wrote:
Which is best wormer to use please Looloo


Either levamisole (Big L or Avitrol), Moxidectin (Cydectin) or Worm-out Gel . Some of these are not registered for poultry but work well. Worm-out also comes in tablets( 1 per 2 kg bodyweight) and is great for making sure that the birds get their dose if you give it direct to beak.

Obviously if you have lots of birds then using one of the others in the drinking water is more practical.

Whichever one you use just be sure to follow the directions supplied and avoid treating in very hot or wet weather.


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Whichever one you use just be sure to follow the directions supplied and avoid treating in very hot or wet weather.

Made that mistake before [smilie=a_doh.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Ag. versus Hydrated lime
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I like the direct to the beak that way you know they got it.

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