Pumpkin/squash seeds will also kill worms in goats. Pumpkins are easy to find this time of year, and I've found that a lot of places tend to start giving them away after October 31.
I just cut the pumpkins in half and let the goats eat out the insides. Oh, and pumpkin puree will help stop scours in goats as well. Just be careful not to give too much (about 1/4 cup for a small kid, 1 cup for a 75 pound goat) as too much can cause it to get even worse. And be sure to take all grains away until their stools are totally cleared up...give only fresh water and full access to as much fresh clean hay as they can eat, to get that rumen working properly again.
Oh, and if the eyelids are pale then the goat is also anemic (typical with worms), so give the goat an adult human size dose of Geritol every other day or so until the lid color comes back to where it should be, to boost the iron back up. I personally hate the taste of the stuff (Geritol), but the goats seem to really like the sticky sweet taste of it. If you can find one get a Famacha anemia guide chart that shows the various stages of eyelid color and anemia in goats/sheep.