Flubendazole 1%

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  • 60g £22.99


A product for the smallholders of chickens, geese and turkeys. The medicated premixture is effective against gapeworm, caecal worm, hairworm and gizzard worm. Activity includes adult worms, larvae and eggs. Each gram of medicated premixture contains 10mg flubendazole. Legal Category: POM-VPS.

1. Weigh the feed

Work out the total amount required for a 7 day period and put in a separate bucket or container. Exact feed amounts depend on the breed of bird.

2. Measure the Flubendazole

Chickens & Geese Turkeys
Feed Flubendazole Feed Flubendazole
20kg 60g (10 scoops) 30kg 60g (10 scoops)
10kg 30g (5 scoops) 9kg 18g (3 scoops)
2kg 6g (1 scoop) 3kg 6g (1 scoop)

3. Mix Flubendazole thoroughly into feed for even distribution
Only use the medicated feed for the 7 day treatment period.

• Flubendazole has no adverse effect on egg laying hatchability.
• Eggs are safe for human consumption if the treatment is supplied in correct dosage.
• Treated birds may be slaughtered for human consumption only 7 days from the last treatment.
• Flubendazole is only supplied with prescription to domestic bird keepers in the UK.

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Reviews (8)

Summary of Reviews for Flubendazole 1%

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
8 out of 8 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (5 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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45 Convenient way to worm your chickens
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By on 20 October 2020

This product is licensed for use in chickens. The conveniently small pack contains enough to treat my small group of 4 hens every three months for at least a year. It also comes with a measuring spoon for easy dosage. I read a good tip, which is to mix a little vegetable oil with the powder, to help it stick to the food.

Customer recommends this product

45 Wormer
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By on 13 September 2020

Easy to use and a good alternative to the medicated pellets for my chickens and ducks.

Customer recommends this product

55 Fantastic
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By on 21 August 2020

Fabulous all round, this was recommended to me by my vet. I’ve found it very easy to use including working out the dosage and I’ve found it to be very effective hence I now have it on repeat order. I have a flock of 20 birds so I find this product great value for money compared to other brands of products that don’t really work well long term as stated by my vet. Great piece of mind for me knowing my birds are worm free and healthy, would recommend to anyone.

Customer recommends this product

55 Worming powder
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By on 22 July 2020

Good easy to administer

Customer recommends this product

55 Wormer
Verified Purchase

By on 29 April 2020

Cheaper alternative

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Flubendazole 1%, including answers from our team.

8 November 2020 at 7:16pm

Directions for use



As we have a flock of 6 can we syringe the wormer to each chicken directly? If it is mixed in the food I’m concerned we would not know for sure that each hen had their fair share


  • VioVet Staff

The Flubendazole doseage is based on the average feeding rate of a chicken. Those that weigh more and need a higher doseage will naturally eat more of the medicated feed and so receive a higher dose. I do not advise dosing using a syringe as this can actually be less accurate than medicating the feed as it is not flubendazole's intended use. I advise following the administration guidelines as follows:

Chickens & Geese Turkeys
Feed Flubendazole Feed Flubendazole
20kg 60g (10 scoops) 30kg 60g (10 scoops)
10kg 30g (5 scoops) 9kg 18g (3 scoops)
2kg 6g (1 scoop) 3kg 6g (1 scoop)

Mix Flubendazole thoroughly into feed for even distribution. Only use the medicated feed for the 7 day treatment period.

11 September 2020 at 8:44pm

Ducks and treats?

Michaela Black

We have chickens and ducks, can this be used for both? Is it easy to work out how much to use for multiple birds at a time? Do you have to withdraw treats and how long for?

  • VioVet Staff

This product is licensed for use in chickens, geese and turkey. It can be used off license in ducks but as it is an off license use then I cannot advise on specifics of treatment. I recommend contacting your local vet who can discuss this with you.

The doseages for chickens can be found in the data sheet itself. Once mixed into the feed it should be the only food fed to ensure enough of the product is ingested.

6 August 2020 at 4:55pm

Does this treat and kill gapeworm in my chicken ?

Lucy Diciancia

Does this kill gapeworm? And is it the same as flubenvet are the ingredients the same

  • VioVet Staff

The active ingredient in this product is flubendazole, exactly the same as Flubenvet. The only difference is in their brand names. Flubendazole is effective at treating Gapeworm in chickens.

26 July 2020 at 4:29pm

What is the minimum age of chicks that this can be used on

Paul Symons

  • VioVet customer since 2020
  • From: Pembrokeshire , United Kingdom

I have reared some young chicks and they are in a run on my veg patch being used as part of my pest control. What age should I consider worming them and is this the correct product? Yours Paul

  • VioVet Staff

Yes Flubendazole is the perfect wormer for your chickens. There is no minimum age for flubendazole, however you should not need to worm until your chicks are at least 12 weeks old. I would consider getting a faecal worm egg count test done, Westgate Lab Worm Egg Count For Chickens is a good choice. The results of this test will let you know if you need to worm or can monitor and retest in 3 to 6 months.

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