Helps to keep my girls healthy - and they like it, so I don't have any difficulty dozing them. A bit more expensive to buy online, but you can't always rely on it being stocked by your usual supplier or pet shop - I regard my three chickens as pets, so I frequently shop in pet shops!
My chickens seemed to be in need of worming so I thought going natural rather than chemical would be my first choice plus it doesn't effect egg content. I am happy as it seems to have done the trick. just add it to their food dosage isn't especially important when they are sharing the same feeder. It is safe to give over a few days so making sure they all get some.
Pretty good value and arrived quickly from seller. Easy to administer to chickens with food, although being able to assure each chicken gets the right dosage is a bit pot luck when it is mixed with food. Also remember this needs to be administered over 3 days.
Many people report that Vermex is not effective, but I have had the chicken poo tested and there are no worm eggs! The secret? When dosing, DON'T put it in the feed! You have no control over who gets how much. Put the dose in a dish with a little mixed corn or pellets and a couple of teaspoons of yoghurt. Place in the run - all gone within 1 minute with the chickens crowding round. All dosed with appropriate amount (you will see if one has missed it) the chickens get a treat and you can get on with your day. Repeat each day for 3 days - Result! I don't like chemical wormers and will not resort to these while this works!
If I'd have realised that chickens work round these pellets when mixed in with their feed I would have avoided buying them. The only way to get chickens to eat it is if it's ground really finely which is quite dificult. Have decided to buy it in liquid form.