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It’s a smart idea to have your veterinary perform a fecal test to see what kind of worms and how many may be inhabiting your horse’s intestines.
By following a deworming schedule, you should avoid excessive numbers of these parasites. Write the rotation chart down where it will be easily noticeable. Stay proactive against worms and your horse will be much healthier!