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don't have young horses
8/17/2009 7:10:54 PM
Daily dewormer by Pfizer
8/17/2009 5:50:00 PM
8-9 times per year
8/17/2009 3:57:20 PM
it varies depending on the efficacy period of the wormers being used in that year.
8/17/2009 7:10:04 AM
Rotating dewormer type every 8 weeks
8/16/2009 3:35:32 PM
depends on the growth rate of the worms in the horse. some worms dont develope until certain ages.
8/16/2009 9:54:59 AM
only as needed
8/16/2009 7:24:15 AM
once a month for the first year
8/15/2009 7:46:22 PM
the farm takes care of it
8/15/2009 12:28:30 PM
more than 6 times
8/15/2009 7:02:14 AM
once per month until 12 moths of age, then every 8 weeks.
8/15/2009 6:55:29 AM
depends on chemical used
8/14/2009 5:31:56 PM
8/14/2009 1:39:14 PM
daily wormer with ivermectin or Quest twice a year
8/14/2009 9:54:47 AM
every 6 weeks
8/13/2009 11:09:27 PM
try to wean horses under 18 months of age once a month
8/13/2009 9:25:42 PM
every 30 days
8/13/2009 8:42:33 PM
When we had young horses, we wormed 4X/yr. But we always had them in claen stalls, and daily cleaned
8/13/2009 8:15:04 PM
depends on manure test
8/13/2009 5:02:02 PM
we have a boarding barn with alot of show horses in and out
8/13/2009 4:20:29 PM
We use a daily wormer, purge worming twice a year
8/13/2009 4:06:37 PM
Depends on his age. It was monthly but now bi-monthly
8/13/2009 3:59:03 PM
same as my other horses
8/13/2009 3:18:05 PM
No young horses at this time - average age of my herd is 15 yrs.
8/13/2009 12:32:54 PM
We deworm young horses monthly until two years old
8/13/2009 10:23:54 AM
Developing young horses need deworming as much as adult horses.
8/13/2009 10:01:11 AM
once a month while very young
8/13/2009 9:47:47 AM
Once a month until they're eating on their own and can eat daily dewormer
8/13/2009 1:21:04 AM
8/12/2009 10:34:29 PM
once a month starting at 2 months to 1 year. as told by my vet.
8/12/2009 10:22:59 PM
monthly double-dose with ivermectin
8/12/2009 10:00:37 PM
8/12/2009 9:38:43 PM
Younger horses are done more than usual rate.
8/12/2009 8:51:11 PM
My youngest is 9
8/12/2009 5:50:06 PM
Use a daily wormer and then I purge worm 2 times per year.
8/12/2009 5:36:17 PM
We use the every third month cycle. It seems to works for our horses.
8/12/2009 4:02:07 PM
in addition with Strongid C2X daily
8/12/2009 2:43:33 PM
Use a daily wormer
8/12/2009 2:06:44 PM
once a month
8/12/2009 12:55:08 PM
once month first 3months
8/12/2009 12:21:17 PM
daily owrmers up resistance
8/12/2009 11:43:39 AM
with daily dewormer
8/12/2009 10:58:55 AM
Plus use Continuex 2X daily feed through
8/12/2009 10:36:08 AM
They get wormed like every normal horse. Every month, rather be safe than sorry
8/12/2009 10:03:11 AM
I rotate dewormers, but who has the funds to test fecal egg counts on their multi-horse farms?
8/12/2009 9:53:13 AM
1 per week for first 3 months then once a month until they are 2 years old. Then follow labeling
8/12/2009 8:54:17 AM
monthly until age 1 and then every other month after that
8/12/2009 8:17:45 AM
foals-monthly from 1 month on, yrg up 6x/yr
8/12/2009 1:45:43 AM
sorry no young horses
8/12/2009 12:13:28 AM
Daily with Strongid 2X
8/11/2009 11:05:43 PM
foals are dewormed monthly till they are yearlings.
8/11/2009 10:28:48 PM
I use daily wormers.
8/11/2009 9:56:00 PM
monthly the first year
8/11/2009 9:46:58 PM
We fed our foals feed through wormers every day
8/11/2009 9:25:23 PM
8/11/2009 9:01:49 PM
8/11/2009 8:58:49 PM
8/11/2009 8:32:35 PM
8/11/2009 8:10:41 PM
once weaned, every month until they reach 8 months, then every three months afterwards
8/11/2009 8:01:46 PM
once a month till yearling then every 2 months
8/11/2009 7:36:01 PM
1 cup of diatamatious earth daily
8/11/2009 7:32:01 PM
8 -10 times during first year, six times during 2nd year.
8/11/2009 6:39:30 PM
paste every month or paste twice yearly with daily worming program
8/11/2009 6:11:26 PM
or based on fecal egg count
8/11/2009 6:11:06 PM
monthly thru 18 months
8/11/2009 6:00:12 PM
8/11/2009 5:22:20 PM
six or more times a year depending on environment and appearance.
8/11/2009 5:19:33 PM
8/11/2009 5:17:37 PM
8/11/2009 5:03:09 PM
8/11/2009 5:02:49 PM
8/11/2009 4:59:04 PM
Monthly with rotation wormers.
8/11/2009 4:51:59 PM
don't have young ones
8/11/2009 4:41:50 PM
every six to 8 weeks
8/11/2009 4:25:54 PM
Up to a yearling I worm them monthly per veterinarian after yearling
8/11/2009 4:22:53 PM
Every month at 30 days old for one year
8/11/2009 4:22:52 PM
once a month until it is a year old
8/11/2009 4:19:44 PM
every 4 weeks
8/11/2009 4:14:48 PM
Once a month for the first 6 months. Then every 8 weeks.
8/11/2009 4:10:28 PM
I deworm foals monthly starting at one month of age up to 12 months. Then go to every other month.
8/11/2009 4:03:37 PM
daily, we use a feed through wormer at the recomendation from our vet
8/11/2009 3:59:46 PM
they are on daily wormer, plus paste once in spring and once in fall
8/11/2009 3:55:48 PM
3x / yr
8/11/2009 3:51:21 PM
every 6 weeks during summer, every 8 weeks during winter
8/11/2009 3:49:38 PM
daily - and then 2x per year with paste wormer
8/11/2009 3:48:40 PM
don't have a "young' horse.
8/11/2009 3:42:41 PM
I deworm at 4 months, two months later start a daily dewormer for 2 months,then deworm for tape/bot
8/11/2009 3:41:52 PM
3 times. Once while on their dam. Once just before weaning. Once 4 months later. Then they 3x yearly
8/11/2009 3:38:00 PM
worm at 2 weeks old with Strongid-P, then once a month for a year, rotating wormers.
8/11/2009 3:31:07 PM
8/11/2009 3:30:31 PM
everyone gets dewormed regardless of age
8/11/2009 3:21:30 PM
every 8 weeks
8/11/2009 3:18:39 PM
using a gentle dewormer speciffically for babys
8/11/2009 3:18:18 PM
EVERY 30 DAYS
8/11/2009 3:16:22 PM
I use the daily wormer - with twice a year bots/tape worm -
8/11/2009 3:15:04 PM
every 3 weeks until they are 6months old then every 5 weeks
8/11/2009 3:11:53 PM
0 to 12 months are dewormed every 30 days.
8/11/2009 2:56:52 PM
every 30 days as per vet
8/11/2009 2:52:30 PM
every month/12 times a year
8/11/2009 2:49:50 PM
8/11/2009 2:47:24 PM
8/11/2009 1:39:16 PM
My horse is 20yrs old and get dewormed each season date
8/11/2009 11:49:34 AM
3 times a year
8/11/2009 9:42:26 AM
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