Recent Study Indicates Possible Parasite Drug Resistance

A recent study by University of Kentucky researcher Mary Rossano, MS, PhD, assistant professor in Animal and Food Sciences, suggests that two commonly-used dewormers (fenbendazole and moxidectin) might no longer be as effective against small strongyles as once thought. Rossano conducted her study on 15 horses at UK's research farm, but her results mirror those of other, larger studies.

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