Remember Tapeworm Control this Spring

Before turning horses out on pasture this spring, remember to check with your veterinarian to ensure your deworming program includes tapeworm control.

Tapeworms are transmitted by an intermediate host, the oribatid mite, which lives on pastures. While grazing, horses can ingest the mites and become infected. Once infected, it takes the tapeworm about two to four months to mature inside

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