Originally Posted by Chickenoverlord
I would not do the ivermectin! It is very easy to OD on it, and a little goes a long way. I also highly doubt that a maggot would remain on that part of aliving horse for more than a few minutes. Is it possible there is foxtail in her pasture? It causes ulceration of the mouth and digestive tract. Pics would help.
Ummm...Actually Ivermectin has a very very very very LOW chance of overdosing...Like you can dose a horse with 60 times the standard dose without complications. Not that you should ever do that, but, you get my point. Ivermectin is probably one of the safest dewormers on the market.
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