From now until January 15, if you buy six Horsemen’s Laboratory fecal egg count kits, they will give you one for free.
It’s a good chance to stock up with your horse friends for a welcome addition to the “keep-your-horse-healthy” arsenal.
For someone who may not yet be doing fecal egg counts, it’s a good way to get them started on the proper worm-control protocol of testing first, deworming only when necessary, because proper testing and deworming benefits all horses pastured together.
To learn more from about deworming, download our
FREE guide—Deworming Your Horse: How to find the best deworming schedule for you and your horse.
If your boarding barn has get together’s, a kit would be great for a grab bag or gift exchange. Don’t forget next year’s stocking stuffers, too. Kits will be identified with your name on back of the small plastic bag which horse owners fill out before sending their sample.
If you have questions about giving kits as a gift, you can contact Horsemen’s Laboratory:
contact form at www.horsemenslab.com
or call 1-800-544-0599 to order.
This offer is valid until January 15, 2013.
About them: Horsemen’s Laboratory owner Dr. John Byrd has extensive experience with racing and breeding horses and oversees Westbrook Boarding Stable. He created Horsemen’s Laboratory in 1992 so that horse owners could better evaluate their worm control programs and make informed decisions about deworming their horses. Dr. Byrd is a member of:
- American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP)
- American Veterinary Association
- American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists
- American Quarter Horse Association
If you have questions specific to your barn, pastures, or testing program contact Dr. John Byrd by: