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Horses normally outgrow susceptibility to certain internal parasites.
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There's a reason 40 years of intense equine deworming
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According to a study at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom, apple flavors may not
She may be doing a good imitation, but that hairy black-and-yellow insect buzzing around your
More than 40 years ago, traditional parasite control programs were developed involving rotating
This month, gear up for summer the right way by gradually altering your horse's feed schedule and
Bots, baby shots, and mouse patrol should be on your to-do list this fall. Here's tips to tackle
When horse owners think of deworming, it isn't often they also think of Las Vegas. But in the case
We have been busy here in the laboratory working on a number of different research projects. One of
Martin Nielsen, DVM, PhD, DipEVPC, an equine parasitologist and assistant professor at the
Some horse owners have claimed that they don't test or deworm during the colder, winter months
When it comes to deworming horses, the message has been confusing. After all, for more than four
Equine practitioners frequently field inquiries about parasite control. Hardly a day goes by when
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