Why regular worming is recommended
QCan chickens be wormed at any age? Should I use a wormer like Flubenvet, or would a regular dose of apple cider vinegar (ACV) be sufficient?
AVictoria says: Flubenvet is the only licensed wormer for chickens. They can be wormed at any age, but the recommendation is to do so at eight and 16 weeks and then, depending on stocking density, it may be wise to worm them more often if they are kept in a small area.
Regular ACV is excellent practice, but while it will not control worms it will act to help the immune system to be strong. If your hens are worm free, they will be in a stronger position to resist infections and diseases in any case.
Hens that are worm free will be in a stronger position to resist infections and diseases