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post #1 of 3 Old 09-12-2013, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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Worming Question?!

Ok so i wormed my boys beginning of the month then got on here and read a big thread about tapeworms. I realized i've never wormed my boys for tapeworms. I wormed my boys on the 2nd how long should i wait before worming them for tape worms? I normally worm every 3 months.

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post #2 of 3 Old 09-12-2013, 11:36 PM
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Go ahead and do it, won't hurt. It'll be a different ingredient. We've done every two weeks on new horses before, of different wormers and never had an issue.

You need to rotate wormers anyways so I personally think you'll be just fine.
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Go ahead and do it, won't hurt. It'll be a different ingredient. We've done every two weeks on new horses before, of different wormers and never had an issue.

You need to rotate wormers anyways so I personally think you'll be just fine.
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Ok thanks! I have an older guy and i just wanted to make sure i wasnt gonna hurt him by worming too soon! and Yup I do rotate I just never thought about tapeworms before. Ex trainer wasnt very informative.

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