Ideal environmental conditions for the development of eggs and equine worm larvae on the pasture in the spring lead to high pasture contamination and increase the potential for your horse to acquire new parasite burdens.
In summer you can easily reduce pasture contamination by poo-picking at least twice a week.
Ideally, you should also conduct a WORM COUNT every two to three months to identify horses that need dosing for redworms, which are the main summer culprits, and those that don’t.
Treat your horse in summer for:
Roundworms – foals should receive at least two doses effective against roundworms in the first six months of life.