Help preserve the efficacy of the products we have now, by making deworming decisions based on sound evidence.

Strategic deworming at-a-glance

Help preserve the efficacy of the products we have now, by making deworming decisions based on evidence.

†  Foals should be treated for ascarids (roundworms) at 6-8 weeks of age, and every 6-8 weeks thereafter during the first year of life.

*  The following are recommended intervals between the most recent treatment and follow-up FECs to determine potential strongyle egg shedding: 9 weeks for benzimidazole or pyrantel; 12 weeks for ivermectin; 16 weeks for moxidectin.

In addition to fecal monitoring and the judicious use of dewormers, there are a number of complementary measures you can take to enhance the effectiveness of your parasite management program...