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  • Effects of wormer on horses
  • Deworming side effects horses

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    10-29-2009, 11:15 PM
It is really hard to say what she is going through. All I can offer is this - about 3-4 days after deworming, I give a probiotic. I do this to repopulate their gut with healthy gut flora. Immune systems and digestive systems work closely together, so if you have a healthy gut, you have a healthy horse. The probiotic is cheap, comes in a paste and is easy to administer. Just a thought - good luck!
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    10-30-2009, 07:45 AM
Well I just checked her and she didn't eat any hay last night. I checked her gut for sound and she has good sound on both sides. So I looked at her hay... it looked like straw!! I just got some new hay the day I got her the wormer. So I found a bale that was greener that had grass and alfalfa in it. She almost took my hand off!! So she's eating the whole bale as we speak. I hope that's the problem!

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