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deworm

(dē-wûrm′)
tr.v. de·wormed, de·worming, de·worms
To cure (an animal) of worms; worm.

de·worm′er n.
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Dubai Cares has partnered with Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative - an initiative that tackles worm infections, anemia and malnourishment amongst children - to support transformational change in health and nutrition amongst children in India.
FAMACHA is named after its developer, South African livestock parasitologist Francois "Fafa" Malan, and is used by farmers or ranchers to determine when to deworm their animals.
Before leaving the sheep flock, I instructed Kimani to deworm all the sheep and goats that were in the same herd and repeat the treatment after two weeks.
I personally use herbs and diatomaceous earth to deworm my horses, which would have no ill effects on my soil.