Natural Dewormer Studies – Episode 147

Natural Dewormer Studies – Episode 147

This page is a work in progress! The links below will take you to the various studies on herbal dewormers that we talk about in Episode 147. I’ll add to this page as I have time. If you have questions please feel free to email us, but given our current level of business, it may take us a few days to get back to you.

Pumpkin Seeds

ACORDA, JEZIE A.; MANGUBAT, IMMA YSABELA EMILLE C.; and DIVINA, BILLY P. (2019) “Evaluation of the in vivo efficacy of pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) seeds against gastrointestinal helminths of chickens,” Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences: Vol. 43: No. 2, Article 4.

Achilonu, M. C., et al. “Biochemical proximates of pumpkin (Cucurbitaeae spp.) and their beneficial effects on the general well‐being of poultry species.” Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 102.1 (2018): 5-16.


Lucido, Fatima P., “Anthelmintic efficacy of garlic [Allium sativum L.] on commercial broilers raised in semi-confined system” (2014). Undergraduate Theses. 1575.

HENS, BACKYARD. Agricultural Sciences Research. Diss. Universidad Michoacana, 2023.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Groves Peter J. (2021) Impact of parasites on Australian laying hen welfare. Animal Production Science 61, 1031-1036.

The Veterinary Nurse Vol. 7, No. 5 Clinical Chicken Nutrition
Gaynor Davies, Published Online:8 Jul 2016

Diatomaceous Earth

Tello-Velamazán, Julia, et al. “Use of diatomaceous earth as a dietary supplement in organic hens and its effects on parasite load, egg production and egg quality.” WSPA conference. Malaga Spain. 2015.

Black Walnut Hulls


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