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        03-03-2014, 08:16 PM
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    You've been posting long enough about her now where she should be looking much better. Pretty girl but she does have an overall uncared for look about her. Encysted strongyles may very well be a problem.

    www.uky.edu/Ag/AnimalSciences/pubs/vet1.pdf‎
    I got her January 15th so haven't even had her 2 months and looks a lot better but still has away to go. Did you see the original picture?
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        03-03-2014, 08:17 PM
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    You need to use a wormer that's specifically aimed at killing encysted worms - not all of them will do that and they are probably the most dangerous of all the worms if they get a grip on a horse
    What wormer would I use.
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        03-03-2014, 09:13 PM
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    Yes I saw it.

    http://www.equimaxhorse.com/parasites/strongyles
         
        03-03-2014, 09:20 PM
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    Treating Encysted Small Strongyles - Valley Vet Supply
         
        03-03-2014, 10:36 PM
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    The first one on this thread isnt the first one that was 2 weeks ago.
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        03-04-2014, 07:46 AM
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    Putting weight on very under weight thoroughbred mare

    1/29 and there are many others about the same problem. You had her prior to the first post on 1/29.

    The links I left tell about worming. Your in Florida so a shiny new spring coat should be peeking through by now. It will be worth the effort reading those links. When she is better a horse that color will have a rainbow made of copper fire in her coat.
         
        03-04-2014, 12:10 PM
      #37
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by SueNH    
    Putting weight on very under weight thoroughbred mare

    1/29 and there are many others about the same problem. You had her prior to the first post on 1/29.

    The links I left tell about worming. Your in Florida so a shiny new spring coat should be peeking through by now. It will be worth the effort reading those links. When she is better a horse that color will have a rainbow made of copper fire in her coat.
    Are you really going to tell me that's not the original pictures of her! As for her coat if you would read she has HORRIBLE rain rot that I have been dealing with I'll show you what she use to look like. HORSES DON'T GAIN WAIT OVER NIGHT!!!!
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        03-04-2014, 12:32 PM
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    I didn't say it wasn't the original picture.

    You aren't reading and understanding what people are telling you.

    As for rain rot it should be well on the way to healed by now with new hair coming in if you did what people suggested.

    Put rain rot in the search box at the top of the forum and post after post comes up.

    I'm not picking on you. I really am trying to point you to the information. You are going to have to absorb it yourself. Nobody can give you exacting information long distance. They can only give generalizations and information out of their own experiences.

    There is no perfect feed. People have mentioned a lot of good ones. It's up to you to figure out what works.
         
        03-04-2014, 12:32 PM
      #39
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by SueNH    
    Putting weight on very under weight thoroughbred mare

    1/29 and there are many others about the same problem. You had her prior to the first post on 1/29.

    The links I left tell about worming. Your in Florida so a shiny new spring coat should be peeking through by now. It will be worth the effort reading those links. When she is better a horse that color will have a rainbow made of copper fire in her coat.
    Here are just some pictures.....
    At old home..

    Day she came home with me 1/15/14...

         
        03-04-2014, 12:37 PM
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    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by SueNH    
    I didn't say it wasn't the original picture.

    You aren't reading and understanding what people are telling you.

    As for rain rot it should be well on the way to healed by now with new hair coming in if you did what people suggested.

    Put rain rot in the search box at the top of the forum and post after post comes up.

    I'm not picking on you. I really am trying to point you to the information. You are going to have to absorb it yourself. Nobody can give you exacting information long distance. They can only give generalizations and information out of their own experiences.

    There is no perfect feed. People have mentioned a lot of good ones. It's up to you to figure out what works.
    I have tried a lot for rain rot she's on vitamin a supplement plus gets tons of carrots I have used multiple products on her skin from home remedies to products for rain rot nothing is working I am finding the feed that's right for her that why I switched it so much.
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