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TheHorse.com poll: “What drives your deworming product selection decision?”
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More than 510 readers of TheHorse.com responded to a poll asking, "What drives your deworming product selection decision?"

results of poll on deworming products

Results were as follows:

  • Strategic rotation of chemical classes: 38.01%
  • Fecal exam results: 27.49%
  • My veterinarian’s recommendation: 23.00%
  • What I’ve always used: 9.75%
  • My stable manager’s recommendation: 1.36%
  • What my neighbor/friend is using: 0.39%

Readers tell what drives their deworming decisions in the comments below.

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Megan Arszman received a Bachelor of Science In print journalism and equine science from Murray State University in Murray, Ky., and loves combining her love of horses, photography, and writing. In her “free time,” when she’s not busy working as a horse show secretary or riding her American Quarter Horses on her parents’ Indiana farm, she’s training and competing her Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Swedish Vallhund in dog agility and running.

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