Again, we are new horse owners, we are financially prepared to do what ever is necessary to make certain that our guy is and stays 100% healthy and in tip top condition.
Since picking Benny up I have had a growing list of questions. I research them and for the most part find good information. One question I can't seem to find an answer too is (Do all horses have worms?) AND is maintaining a low worm count the best you can hope for?
I ask this after reading some info on this site. I see that you should get fecal testing done twice a year (at least) and based on the egg count in the fecal matter your vet will worm or not, they will also be able to target the parasite with proper identification and use the proper wormer . So this leads me to think that there must be an acceptable threshold of worms?
Am I misunderstanding this?