A pre-recorded webinar covering The Science behind Worming Your Horse by Dr Kirstie Pickles
Traditionally people either didn't worm their horses or if they did they tended to maintain the same worming routine, worming their horses a set chemical at set times of the year. In recent years targeted worming has become more popular with worm egg counts being taken from dung samples and then horses only being wormed for the worm burden they have. This system claims to help reduce the risk of chemical resistance in worms, to help you avoid giving your horse . . .
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