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Why buy Horse Wormers When You can Subscribe to a Rotational Worm Control Program for the Same Price?

Why buy Horse Wormers When You can Subscribe to a Rotational Worm Control Program for the Same Price?

Rotational worming - dosing horses with different classes of worming active ingredients in rotation is often recommended for controlling worms. The theory is by using all of the available useful....

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...

<h3>Treating Persistent Pinworms in Australian Horses</h3>

Treating Persistent Pinworms in Australian Horses

Have you wormed and your horse still has tail rubbing symptoms?  Your horse may have resistant pinworms. Here are some approaches for treating resistant pinworms in horses in Australia

<h3>Time To Re-think Your Horse Worming Schedule</h3>

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...

<h3>American Association of Equine Practitioners - Worming Guidelines June 2019 </h3>

American Association of Equine Practitioners - Worming Guidelines June 2019

The American Association of Equine Practitioners have recently updated their Parasite Control Guidelines (June 2019). We’ve provided a brief summary of the guidelines including the updated recommendations.

<h3>The Senior Horse has Special Worming needs!</h3>

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...

<h3>How do Fecal Egg Counts save $$ on worming??</h3>

How do Fecal Egg Counts save $$ on worming??

We go through a financial example to show how a 12 month commitment to a program of feacal egg counts can save you hundreds on your ongoing horse worm control program. Plus...

<h3>Why buy Horse Wormers When You can Subscribe to a Rotational Worm Control Program for the Same Price?</h3>

Why buy Horse Wormers When You can Subscribe to a Rotational Worm Control Program for the Same Price?

Rotational worming - dosing horses with different classes of worming active ingredients in rotation is often recommended for controlling worms. The theory is by using all of the available useful...

<h3>Regular Worming of Foals is Vital!</h3>

Regular Worming of Foals is Vital!

Significant and potentially life-threatening problems may occur from worm infections in foals. Foals do not have a natural immunity to worms and need regular support with wormers and rigorous paddock hygiene measures to grow them to...

<h3>Summer pasture management to keep worms under control</h3>

Summer pasture management to keep worms under control

Summer is great  for worm control in Australia - especially if the conditions are hot and dry. While we can't control the weather there are several other things we can do to help...

<h3>La Nina weather declared! Horse worm parasites rejoice!</h3>

La Nina weather declared! Horse worm parasites rejoice!

So a La Nina weather event has been declared.  This is great news for parasite horse worms. Not so great news for horse owners….

<h3>Explainer Video: Worm Resistance in Horses</h3>

Explainer Video: Worm Resistance in Horses

A short 2 minute video that shows exactly how resistance to wormers occurs and what can be done to slow resistance to safely manage the worm burdens in our Australian horses.