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post #11 of 14 Old 09-25-2013, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Nikkibella View Post
Churumbeque what else can I do to rid him of worms ?
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Sometimes worming 2 weeks in a row will do the trick. Different brands of wormers might be more effective. Your vet may suggest a power pack which is intense worming.
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post #12 of 14 Old 09-25-2013, 11:18 AM
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He gets 2 flakes of T&A and 1 costal and two scoops of "seminole gold chance 10"in the morning (around 6:30am) afternoon (around 4pm) he gets 3 scoops of beet pulp and two more scoops of Seminole gold chance 10 along with about half a cup of ground flax seed, evening (around 6pm) 2 more flakes of T&A and 1 costal
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flake weight can vary greatly. Example: 6 flakes, 3 lbs each = 18 lbs, 6 flakes 5 lbs each =30 lbs. The latter being better, obviously. A lb of hay has around 900 calories, so the first example gives 16200 calories, the second 27000. BIG difference. Same with the scoops....big variation. Beetpulp....scoops before or after soaking.
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You said, you've had him for two weeks.....give him time to settle in and gain that weight. He might be stressed from the move, new environment, new everything. Take pictures now, and a month from now and then compare. If there's still no change, you can get worried
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He gets different amount of flakes depending on how much they weigh , beet pulp scoops after being soaked.
He didn't move , I've know him for 4 years and he's been at my barn the whole time, It was just a money/ papers swap. Same stall, same food, everything.
And he hasn't even seen his previous owner in over two years (I don't know if that makes a big difference stress wise/ he's not stressed about missing his previous owner)
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post #14 of 14 Old 09-25-2013, 12:05 PM
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Okay, then we'll have to dig deeper. My first priority after weighing all his feed( I know, get his teeth checked and done if necessary. Maybe bloodwork could shed some light if there's any internal issue.
If you could post a current picture, that would help.
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