When Should Foals Be Dewormed?

Foals are at the greatest risk for internal parasites. Dr. Kenton Morgan offers advice for protecting them.
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Weanlings in fieldFoals are at the greatest risk for internal parasites. Dr. Kenton Morgan offers advice for protecting them.

This podcast is an excerpt from our Ask TheHorse Live event, “What’s New in Equine Parasite Control?” Listen to the full recording here.Foals are at the greatest risk for internal parasites. Dr. Kenton Morgan offers advice for protecting them.6/16/2017 19:25

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Kenton Morgan DVM, Dipl. ACT, is a technical services veterinarian with Zoetis. He’s a past member the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) board of directors and serves on the American Quarter Horse Association’s research committee. His main areas of interest include equine reproduction, infectious diseases, and prevention strategies. He’s authored technical manuals on antimicrobial therapy and AAEP position statements and white papers on numerous issues, including compounding and equine serum products. Morgan speaks regionally and nationally to veterinary groups on equine veterinary topics such as vaccinology, sedation, parasite control, biosecurity, and infectious diseases. Dr. Morgan joined Zoetis in 2010.

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