Dewormer Resistance in Small Strongyles

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Small strongyles are some of the most problematic internal parasites in horses. Infected horses can experience a wide range of symptoms, from rough hair coat, poor growth, and suboptimal performance to life-threatening chronic diarrhea, colic, and severe weight loss. The most effective means of controlling small strongyles is the regular use of deworming medications. Unfortunately, some small

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