Cold Hard Facts: How Apple Flavored Wormer Can Get Your Horse Through the Colder Months
Are you slacking on your horse worming because temperatures have dropped and you’ve heard that re-infection rates are lower? Though, this may be true for some parasites, this isn’t a cold hard fact.
Research shows there are some types of worms that can survive in the winter, including; Stronglyes, Ascarids, and Pinworms. In fact; studies show that strongyles can survive in freezing temperatures, and their larvae can survive up to 30 weeks in these conditions.
So, don’t be caught off guard this spring with new infestations. Take control of your horse’s health with a tactical rotational deworming schedule.
My Horse Doesn’t Like the Taste of Wormer
Typically horses are reluctant to take their dewormer. The taste and smell isn’t always mouth watering. However, Durvet’s Apple Flavored Wormer seems to be the solution. Positive feedback and testimonials have shown these apple flavored wormers to be a hit.
They’re safe, effective and tasty dewormers that help you keep on track with your horse’s rotational deworming. Durvet’s apple flavored Ivermectin and Pyrantel Paste Dewormers can be found in your local feed, farm and tack stores nationwide.
In Need for a Tactical Rotational Deworming Schedule?
Go to www.Applewormer.com and download a free PDF Annual Rotational Deworming Chart, and to get more information on Durvet’s line of equine products.
Apple Wormer – They’ll ask for it by neigh!