Chincoteague Ponies Receive Donated Vaccines, Dewormers

The Chincoteague pony herd is thought to be descended from animals aboard a Spanish ship that wrecked in the 16th century, but today the herd is getting 21st century health care.

Again this year, the herd will receive donated vaccinations and deworming products from Merial, maker of Recombitek equine West Nile virus vaccine, Imrab rabies vaccine, and Zimecterin Gold dewormer

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