Worming the Mini Horse









ROTATING MINIATURE HORSE WORMING SCHEDULE
This schedule is based on likely time of worm infestation in made in a rotating schedule
to change the class of wormers for more effective results.

Follow the Directions on the Package, But
Do Not Use Wormers Containing
Moxidectin
. May Be Harmful To Miniature Horses.

JANUARY/FEBRUARY
Dose with fenbendazole- is given to rid your mini of large and small ascrids,
strongyles and pinworms. Give every 6 months as directed on the package, in
a rotation of March/April and in September/October. Follow directions on the
package

MARCH/APRIL
Dose with a paste containing 1.87% ivermectin to remove bots, stomach and thread
worms, of large and small ascrids, strongyles and pinworms. Can be used
in pregnant and nursing mares and foals (at 6 weeks old). Follow directions
on the package.

MAY/JUNE
Dose with pyrantel pamoate – is given for the removal of all species of worms
including large and small strongyles, roundworms and pinworms. Treat mares 1 month
before foaling and 10 days after foaling. Foals can be dosed each month
between 2 months and 8 months of age. Follow directions on the package.

JULY/AUGUST
Dose with fenbendazole- is given to rid your mini of large and small ascrids,
strongyles and pinworms. Give every 6 months as directed on the package.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER
Dose with a paste containing 1.87% ivermectin to remove bots, stomach and
thread worms, of large and small ascrids, strongyles and pinworms. Can be used
in pregnant and nursing mares and foals (at 6 weeks old). Follow directions
on the package.

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER
Dose with pyrantel pamoate – is given for the removal of all species of worms
including large and small strongyles, roundworms and pinworms. Treat mares 1
month before foaling and 10 days after foaling. Foals can be dosed each month
between 2 months and 8 months of age. Follow directions on the package.
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Poor Condition
Caused by
Worms