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Pest Control Without Pesticides

[/caption] If you want to eliminate pest populations without engaging in chemical warfare, there are a number of eco-friendly options available that effectively reduce fly infestations without the use of toxic...

Reduce EPM Exposure

You know opossums can pass equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) to your horse (see the May 2004 issue of Horse & Rider, "A Lucky Stumble") But there are other animals that...

Priobiotics Against Parasites; Research Crowdfunding Project Launched

[/caption] January 8, 2014--Martin Nielsen,DVM, PhD, DEVPC, DACVM, equine parasitologist, veterinarian and assistant professor at the University of Kentucky's Gluck Equine Research Center, has launched the first research...

Is your Deworming Product Controlling for Tapeworms?

December 14th, 2012 -- With the link between tapeworms, specifically Anoplocephala perfoliata, and spasmodic, impaction and intussusception-related colic,1,2 it’s critical horse owners use products in their deworming programs that control...

How to Identify, Control Pesky Flies

Fly season is fast approaching, and while you may not see too many flying insects right now, early spring is the time to get a jump on the...

Release Fly Parasites Now For Your Horses

ADDING BUGS. Our testers estimated they used 75% less fly spray than in previous years.  One user noted the difference in not having used two casino...

Fly Control

Fly Control Fly control for horse owners is an annually recurring battle. Flies can carry disease, cause ligament and tendon damage in horses constantly stomping their...

Release Fly Parasites Now

Although a fly’s actual life span is short, no more than a month, their prolific breeding makes their presence seem endless. The biting stable fly may lay 10 to 12...

10 Tips to Protect Your Horses from Insects

[/caption] Even if you employ the most diligent control efforts, including regular manure collection and disposal, you can expect flies and winged pests to be present on your farm. Here's what...

EquiSearch’s Ask the Vet: Manure in Pasture

Question: I am new to the equine world and was wondering whether I may have misinterpreted something. Where I board my horse, there seems to be poop everywhere. When I...

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