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Duma 04-24-2010 07:46 PM

Worming horses with long coats
 
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Originally Posted by Administrator
This worming discussion was split from a thread in another forum.

make sure you deworm , I give two dewormer a month to make sure they have a good doasage
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Originally Posted by LoveStory10 (Post 613860)
In the winter, as you all know, horses get more, and longer fur. Every horse does. Anyway, before a show one time, me and my two friends and fellow competitors were grooming our horses, Night Heat, Bishop and Love Story. We were grooming fo about 10 minutes, when we looked down, and it looked like it had snowed brown fur!! So we had an idea, fetched a bucket, and as we groomed we filled the bucket.

We groomed for about two hours I think, and when we were done we had filled FOUR buckets with horse fur!! :shock:

Do any of you get like, really fluffy buffy horses? LOL


themacpack 04-24-2010 08:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Duma (Post 614259)
make sure you deworm , I give two dewormer a month to make sure they have a good doasage

Okay, this is the second post from you regarding deworming and I have to say you are seriously overdosing your horses. The first post just said you were worming monthly - but TWO dewormers in a month? Not only are you wasting your money, you are shooting yourself in the foot by building a resistance in the parasites. Exactly which equine specialist has advised you to dose so recklessly?

Duma 04-24-2010 08:46 PM

I have done research and its says on certain dewormers you could give up to five doasages and it wont cause any harm, by the way I did do different dewormers . Be carefull on how you judge people who are simply giving advise take it or leave it, I am new to these sites on horse talk. but not new on caring for my horses.
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Originally Posted by themacpack (Post 614268)
Okay, this is the second post from you regarding deworming and I have to say you are seriously overdosing your horses. The first post just said you were worming monthly - but TWO dewormers in a month? Not only are you wasting your money, you are shooting yourself in the foot by building a resistance in the parasites. Exactly which equine specialist has advised you to dose so recklessly?


Duma 04-24-2010 08:49 PM

I had a vet kill my stud by using a screw gun clamped to his testies to pull his nuts out and he died do to lost of blood and he was a so called liscenced vet.
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Originally Posted by Duma (Post 614300)
I have done research and its says on certain dewormers you could give up to five doasages and it wont cause any harm, by the way I did do different dewormers . Be carefull on how you judge people who are simply giving advise take it or leave it, I am new to these sites on horse talk. but not new on caring for my horses.


Duma 04-24-2010 08:52 PM

once I have a horse die do to my doasaging no one can prove me other then the horse being dead, both my horses have had it the way i said and are in good health
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Originally Posted by themacpack (Post 614268)
Okay, this is the second post from you regarding deworming and I have to say you are seriously overdosing your horses. The first post just said you were worming monthly - but TWO dewormers in a month? Not only are you wasting your money, you are shooting yourself in the foot by building a resistance in the parasites. Exactly which equine specialist has advised you to dose so recklessly?


TheRoughrider21 04-24-2010 09:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Duma (Post 614306)
once I have a horse die do to my doasaging no one can prove me other then the horse being dead, both my horses have had it the way i said and are in good health

Recent studies have shown that the schedule horses should be on(different dewromer twice a month) may even be too much.

Rowzy 04-24-2010 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by TheRoughrider21 (Post 614333)
Recent studies have shown that the schedule horses should be on(different dewromer twice a month) may even be too much.

This is what my vet told me too. He told me every 4 months, or every change of seasons, otherwise horses build up resistances.

Back to the original topic - I know some horses that get thick thick coats. Right now, everytime my gelding rolls it looks like theres snow in the pasture because he is shedding so much - and he was blanked all winter.

Duma 04-24-2010 11:22 PM

my own resent study and experiment has worked quite well and has had no problems.:lol:
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Originally Posted by Rowzy (Post 614363)
This is what my vet told me too. He told me every 4 months, or every change of seasons, otherwise horses build up resistances.

Back to the original topic - I know some horses that get thick thick coats. Right now, everytime my gelding rolls it looks like theres snow in the pasture because he is shedding so much - and he was blanked all winter.


themacpack 04-25-2010 08:43 AM

Duma - do your horse a favor and speak to Ryle, a member here on the boards. You can send her a PM if you want to keep the conversation private. She can provide a lot of very good information regarding deworming, the new information that is coming out, resistance of the parasites, etc.

Duma 04-25-2010 11:06 AM

the pic of my horse she only gained alittle winter fur, it was not at all messy, deworming your horse has alot to do with his grooming by the way you never told me that you were keeping up with deworming. A horse can appear healthy even if he has worms. When i read your treand thats what advice i had I have no intentions to get into a squable over your situation, but i can freely say i've had plenty of experience in keeping a horse. If you dont want to here what i have to say then block me or just dont reply its that simpile, take this advice like isaid or leave it. do not reply back if my advice is not on your level ill understand
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Originally Posted by Strange (Post 614509)
None of the pictures I currently have of him are from winter, that would be why it doesn't look that thick. Trust me, it's a nightmare when he starts shedding.



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