Equest Pramox is now licensed for use in both pregnant and lactating mares. The updated quick reference list is attached and can be downloaded.
There's some exciting new research being undertaken by Dr Martin Nielsen a leading parasitologist at the University of Kentucky. This project involves a possible new method of equine parasite control using naturally occurring bacteria. You can sign up for more information via the attached link. There's also a Q&A section where you can post questions which Dr Nielsen answers personally.
Some interesting and exciting research happening over in the US. Check out the details of the innovative initiative on the following linkhttp://news.ca.uky.edu/article/equine-research-crowdfunding-project-launched
Confused about wormers?
I have attached a list of the most common wormers with information about what they treat etc. There is a website address at the top of the page which provides all the scientific data as well as details of wormers not listed on my "crib sheet".
2 free videos to help you care for your horse. Expert advice on worming to save you cash & care for your pregnant mare
Loads of free quality information around at the moment. Check out the free online nutrition course run by Coursera through Edinburgh University. This starts today:-https://class.coursera.org/equinenutrition-001/class/index
Been to BETA at NEC today to get update on worming strategies and CPD points. Interesting that the wormer manufacturers are all advocating incorporating worm egg counts in worming programmes! The way forward!!!!
Business up and running with yards in Wigan and Manchester booked in.
Worm Egg Count Masterclass with Prof Jacqui Matthews BVMS PhD MRCVS and Dr Dave Bartley BSc PhD booked.
Looking forward to getting all the latest info from expert parasitoligists at Moredun Research Institute. Good CPD points too - a bonus!