Parasite Control

Controlling internal parasites in essential to your horse’s health. We help you understand the threat that large strongyles, small strongyles (cyathostomes), roundworms, tapeworms, pinworms and bots pose to your horse and how to devise a deworming program based on fecal-egg counts to control them.

How to read fecal egg count results
The sample invoice below illustrates how Horsemen’s Laboratory reports the results of the fecal egg count...
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Parasite control pioneer
It’s one thing to be on the leading edge of change, it’s another being 30 years ahead of your time. For...
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Beyond deworming: Parasite control in older horses
For decades an array of anthelmintics have kept equine parasites under control. But the increase in resistance...
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Why do horses rub their tails?
Q: My mare has been rubbing her tail against her stall wall. She is on a deworming program, which includes...

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