Definition of wormer in English:

wormer

Syllabification: worm·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwərmər
 
/

noun

A substance administered to animals or birds to expel parasitic worms.
More example sentences
  • At present, some 3,000 people across Britain who have completed comprehensive training in the composition, storage and use of veterinary medicines can sell animal medicines such as wormers to farmers.
  • All the animals were treated with wormers, lice powder and antibiotics and had injections for lice infestation.
  • Harper told dining service employees that to raise meat for the cooperative, the animals' diet must be 85% grass-based, and farmers cannot use any chemical wormers, hormones or antibiotics.

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