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Worming Species: horses

Rotational worming is out, strategic worming is in! What worms do horses get? Traditionally, the most important worms in horses were large strongyles, which caused blockages. These worms are extremely sensitive to most wormers on the market and do not readily develop resistance. Because of this, they are now not very common. Today, the difficult worm is small strongyles, who like to live in the wall of the intestine as larvae.

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