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9/6/2010 9:40:18 PM
She recommends testing manure 2X a year and if negative do not worm. I live in the desert.
9/6/2010 6:18:53 PM
My horses graze in pastures 24/7. Is this really bad ?
9/6/2010 5:36:49 PM
Eq. publications, vet, internet
9/5/2010 11:49:14 PM
We get all of ours from our vet.
9/4/2010 8:35:05 PM
General info from publications, but final decision through discussions with veterinarian.
9/3/2010 7:57:53 PM
I read a ton about worming both in magazines and on the web but also always ask my vet
9/3/2010 6:59:27 PM
Already know a lot. Read articles for newest changes in drugs or thoughts.
9/3/2010 4:34:36 PM
always trust your vet!
9/2/2010 8:36:12 PM
internet and equine publications 2nd
9/2/2010 9:40:06 AM
I usually get info before my very busy vet does
9/1/2010 5:53:49 PM
Veterinarian and equine publications are about the same as internet ,I don't watch TV
9/1/2010 2:47:04 PM
From U of Florida equine trade show
9/1/2010 12:17:23 PM
I read the information andthen ask the vet's opinion
9/1/2010 5:46:06 AM
internet where do you think your vet keeps up with all the new things coming out.
8/31/2010 11:19:18 PM
My vet's thinking is too old school for me on this topic!
8/31/2010 9:55:28 PM
Articles in magazines have been very helpful
8/31/2010 8:44:24 PM
peer reviewed journals, actually
8/31/2010 7:32:11 PM
I've found the average vet isn't always up on new research
8/31/2010 6:53:44 PM
from The Horse, of course!
8/31/2010 6:37:13 PM
also do fecals often
8/31/2010 6:34:35 PM
then I pass along to vet. No, seriously vet is in 2nd place for info
8/31/2010 6:09:09 PM
My vet and I always discuss a science-based "strategy" for every horse.
8/31/2010 6:08:39 PM
8/31/2010 5:35:32 PM
Vet and reserach
8/31/2010 5:33:57 PM
Years ago I studied what was needed & when, for what worms...
8/31/2010 5:15:26 PM
I also use the Internet and Equine publications.
8/31/2010 4:53:11 PM
Often from manufacturers
8/31/2010 4:31:39 PM
I ust as much info from as many places as possible to stay up to date
8/31/2010 3:19:04 PM
Vets (myself included) have been removed from the picture by direct marketing.
8/31/2010 3:11:50 PM
i consider all sources and make my own decision for my horse
8/31/2010 3:10:55 PM
I use more than 1 vet; 2 are up on strategic deworming; others still recommend every 2 months
8/31/2010 2:57:48 PM
I have a great vet, but he is very reticent and hard to get info out of.
8/31/2010 11:36:55 AM
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