These challenging times are affecting every aspect of our lives, including, for many of us, how we manage our horses.
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Many horse owners know why worm control is so important, but the most recent National Equine Health Survey found that almost 1 in 5 horse owners had never heard of one of the most dangerous parasite threats- the encysted small redworm.
A faecal worm egg count indicates whether you need to give your horse a wormer or not. It measures the number of worm eggs contained in a sample of your horse’s dung.
To help keep your horse free from illness, you need a plan to help control equine worms. Parasite life cycles are linked to the seasons, so your worming schedule should consider the time of year.