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Why Horse Worms Love This Rain - AND What To Do About It!

Why Horse Worms Love This Rain - AND What To Do About It!
The warm wet conditions we've recently experienced provide a paradise for horse worm growth and development. Heavy rains spreading worm eggs & larvae  – more likely for horses to eat as these larvae travel to pasture away from manure. With wet, warm conditions - consider an additional Fecal Egg Count or Wormer over this period.

Time To Re-think Your Horse Worming Schedule

Time To Re-think Your Horse Worming Schedule

Excessive use of wormers over time has resulted a number of types of worms becoming resistant to our most common wormers.  Given that there are no new active ingredients for wormers on the horizon it’s time to re-think your worming strategy.

The Senior Horse has Special Worming needs!

The Senior Horse has Special Worming needs!
The senior horse's weakening immune and digestive system an increases his vulnerability to intestinal worms which may directly or indirectly cause disease or illness.  A specialised worm control program is required to keep older horses healthy and happy.