Horse Worming Schedule
As horse owners, we must rotate dewormers throughout the year, utilizing different chemical classes, not just different brand names. This important practice serves to reduce the chances of developed resistance in parasites, as well as to maximize the best attributes of each chemical compound.
Causes paralysis in parasites, including a broad spectrum of nematodes and arthropods. It affects large and small strongyles, benzimidazole-resistant small stronglyes, ascarids, pinworms, bots and summer sore-causing parasites.
Combined Macrocyclic Lactones and Praziquantel: Same as macrocyclic lactones- but with praziquantel. Controls all of the above PLUS tapeworms that have been proven to cause colic.
• Equimax 6.42gm
Kills parasites quickly and offers broad spectrum nematode protection, including large strongyles, small strongyles, ascarids and pinworms.
• Panacur Paste
Kills parasites slowly by causing paralysis in a broad spectrum of nematodes, such as large and small strongyles, ascarids and pinworms.
• Protal Pyrantel Paste 18.8gm
Doc Roy recommendations for rotating dewormer:
December – January: Benzimidazoles
February – March: Pyrantels
April – May: Macrocyclic Lactones
June – July: Benzimidazoles
August – September: Pyrantels
October – November: Macrocyclic Lactones
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