Webinar: Current Parasite Control Guidelines for Horses

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Date/Time: Apr 2, 2020, 7 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Now is the time to be thinking about deworming your horses. Commonly used strategies for parasite control in adult horses are often based largely on knowledge and concepts that are more than 50 years old. However, much has changed in this time, necessitating a re-examination of recommendations for parasite control.
In response to this need, Lara Worden, the Gaston County Livestock Extension Agent, is offering a webinar on the most current recommendations on how to improve upon and mitigate high parasite loads in horses. All treatment and non-treatment recommendations are made within the context of a preventive program where fecal egg count (FEC) surveillance is being performed.
Meeting ID: 915 118 093
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Mother and foal Horse grazing in field

Mother and foal Horse grazing in field