Study: Small Strongyles Developing Resistance to Ivermectin

Researchers in Central Kentucky have suggested that small strongyles might be developing resistance to ivermectin (a commonly administered broad spectrum anti-parasitic drug). The scientists found that the number of parasite eggs in study horses' manure returned twice as quickly after treatment with ivermectin compared to when the drug was first marketed in the early 1980s.

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