11-08-2010, 09:46 PM
| || | Well golly gee I'll make sure to never give my opinion again!
Originally Posted by New_image
I didn't ask if you thought it was accurate or if you'd use it. I answered the question, but thankyou.
I'm sorry if everyone here thinks I am 'firing off' at everyone when I'm only trying to explain that the dewormer sets can not be accurate so shouldn't be counted on. BUT I can see my opinion is CLEARLY not wanted, so I'll just leave this thread - I wouldn't want to 'fire off' at anyone else. Have a wonderful day!
Originally Posted by DressageIsToDance
Kmdstar...I am not trying to say fecal testing isn't a good idea. But there is no need for you to come on here and start firing off at everyone who suggests something that does not involve testing.
When you have multiple horses, it can become expensive to test every single time you worm. IMHO, the programs (like the one New_image mentioned is a great example), in combination with a couple of tests or so a year is just fine.