When I got into goats, I dove in with no knowledge and for a year and a half never wormed my three does because I didn't know how important it was and they didn't seem to show the signs! (I also have had cows and horses for years, grew up with them). I then bought two kids who both died from worms, and after seeking help from a couple goat experts I learned how important it was to worm them. Because I love having a holistic farm, I decided to start with Molly's Herbal wormer, rather than defaulting to a chemical wormer. After learning that goats needed to be wormed, I also learned about checking the eyelids to determine how infested they were. All three does were white. Because I had just bred them all, I started using Formula #2 three days in a row and then once a week. It's been a total of three weeks and their eyelids are bright red today! The older doe's coat looks a million times better and softer. I am very pleased with how it has worked for me. I am not against using chemical wormers when needed, but it is definitely worth using Molly's Herbal Wormer to prevent large infestations. My babies will be using this for a very long time.
The first time I tried this, I added it to their grain. Right now, all my does are being fed communally and the buck separate. They were skeptical about the herbs at first but quickly gobbled them down. I didn't like the wastage and the lack of control as to how much each goat was getting, so I made the dosage balls. It was messy, but worth it. The goats didn't dive for it right away; I needed to stick it in their mouths for a taste, and then they were hooked. They topple over each other for their weekly herbs now! Will definitely be coming back for other products :)