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        11-05-2013, 04:15 PM
    We have a similar situation at our farm... partial self care, they feed, but you handle what kind, how much, worming, vet, and farrier.

    The concerned owners got together with the vet, decided on a schedule for type of worming, and then agreed that when board was due, you wormed your horse. We posted it with the barn rules and generally don't have an issue.
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        11-12-2013, 08:57 PM
    I require all my boarders are on a deworming schedule with the rest of the barn. If they do not want to do it they have two options.. not board with me or perform fecal counts with the vet and deworm according to that.

    We do our all around dewormer after we are well and frozen for the year with equimax.. all within a week or two for you guys should work out :)
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