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Internal Parasites, Are They A Problem For My Horse?

They can be. The intestinal parasites of horses have evolved with the horse and have therefore become fairly hardy. Horses used to range large tracts of land, and parasite eggs had to be pretty resistant to the environment for the horse to be infected. Under modern horse-keeping practices, horses are kept close together in more lush environments….arrangements that can concentrate the number of parasites, which can infect your horse.

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