This schedule is recommended for the Missouri horses not on a continuous deworming program.( i.e. daily Strongid C 2X):
January-Ivermectin/praziquantel combination (Equimax)
May-Moxidectin (Quest) ( Use in horses only. We do not recommend using in miniature horses or ponies.)
-Ivermectin (Equell) for miniature horses and ponies
July-Double dose Pyrantel Pamoate (Strongid)
September-Ivermectin/Praziquantel combination (Equimax)
November-Double dose Fenbendazole (Panacur) This can be repeated for 4 more days if horse is showing signs of small strongyle infestation (poor coat, chronic colic, diarrhea, unthrifty)
**Remember to read the active ingredient. For example fenbendazole is the active ingredient in Panacur and Safeguard.
Kara- This is the worming program I have had Peter on... so if you gave him Ivermection when you first got him, he should be good to go.
I missed worming Margo in Jan, so I am going to dose her today with Equimax and then worm her again at the end of March...