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    12-29-2008, 09:54 PM
At our last barn (:roll:) the BO wanted us to all do it at the same time. At our barn now I do it when I do it (every 8 weeks)
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    12-29-2008, 10:00 PM
Our BO doesnt worm our horses for us. We just have to deworm them ourselves. I keep a date book on when the last time my horse was dewormed and had her feet done. Its actually easier for me to deworm myself so that I can keep track of my horses schedule, and I can be sure that I give her the right stuff.
    12-30-2008, 01:41 PM
I do it myself, that way I know it got done (i've been taught every 3 months, maybe that's wrong?)... also my mare is really easy to do that stuff to...
    01-05-2009, 05:14 PM
My stable will do it if asked and if we supply the medications. My wife, a remarkable deal sleuth since we're both retired and on fixed incomes, found a link at discounthorsesupplies.com for panacur that was really cheap and guaranteed (love that site). The direct link to the deal on panacur is http://www.petmeds.com/radio
We've used panacur before a number of times and it really does the job and our vet and stable master both agree it's a good way to go.
Just this old riders two cents.

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