Scientists Investigate Dewormers' Effects

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Recent research indicates that when selecting a dewormer, a horse owner should consider the season, the horse's access to grass, and the animal's body condition. German scientists have shown that the bowel walls of small strongyle-infected ponies become inflamed when they are treated with the European dosage of fenbendazole (25% lower than the U.S. dosage), a dewormer sold as Panacur. The

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