Our mission is to assist horse owners protect their horses from worms.
This mission will be accomplished through the development of a worm control
program designed for their specific needs. This will be carried out through
periodic microscopic examination of their horse’s fecal samples for the eggs
produced by adult worms in the intestinal tracts of their horses.
Good horse care starts with knowing whether horse parasites are present in your horse's digestive tract.
Whether you prefer to use natural horse dewormer or conventional horse wormer you must be able to evaluate the effectiveness of that
horse deworming medication. You must know which horse worms your horse is exposed to in order to develop a horse deworming schedule.
Each horse parasite is sensitive to different horse dewormers. Therefore the knowledge of knowing which worms are present can take
the guess work out of deworming a horse.
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