ParaScreen-E - Horse Fecal Egg Count Test, Equine Fecal Test, Stool Sample test for Horses, Deworming Products, Dewormer for Horses, Parasite control for Horses.

BEFORE YOUR DEWORM, ParaScreen!

Making fecal testing available and
convenient for horse owners

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Test

Test your Horse Population for Parasites First.

Identify the Culprits first!
By identifying equine intestinal parasites and knowing your horse’s fecal egg count (FEC), you and your veterinarian can devise “customized deworming” programs specific to your farm and your horse(s).
Work with your Veterinarian
ParaScreen and New England Horse Labs strongly recommend discussing all fecal test results with your veterinarian to determine the most effective treatment options for your horse. You don’t want to unneccessarily treat your horse.
Why is Fecal Testing Important?
Equine intestinal parasites are evolving, developing resistance to the very drugs that have been used to combat them. And with no new drugs on the horizon, horse owners need to pay close attention to their approach to parasite control and deworming practices.
Treat

Treat for the right Parasites

By identifying equine intestinal parasites and knowing your horse’s fecal egg count (FEC), you and your veterinarian can devise “customized deworming” programs specific to your farm and your horse(s).
This approach allows for a more discriminate use of dewormers, administering them only as often as necessary in affected horses and avoiding their use in horses that are not in need of deworming.
Equine intestinal parasites are evolving, developing resistance to the very drugs that have been used to combat them. And with no new drugs on the horizon, horse owners need to pay close attention to their approach to parasite control and deworming practices.
Monitor

Monitor for a healthy horse

Why Monitor?
Fecal Egg Count Reduction Testing (FECRT) should be done based on your veterinarian’s recommended intervals. This will determine the efficacy of your deworming program and the drugs being used to treat affected horses. Fecal testing
is the most recommended way to obtain FECRT results.
To de-worm or not?
Why take chances with your horse’s health, taking a hit or miss approach to deworming? Why worm horses that don’t need to be dewormed? Why continue with an out of date paradigm that has been proven to contribute to intestinal parasitic resistance?
Why Parascreen?
ParaScreen-e is an economical, easy to use, mail-in fecal collection kit that provides horse owners with a convenient way of getting laboratory fecal testing. Within 24 hours, after receipt of a small fecal sample, you will receive the results of a McMasters Quantitative fecal test performed by New England Horse Labs, a USDA,-APHIS certified and inspected Equine Testing laboratory.
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