Parasite Update

In the past, the world of equine parasitology was not concerned about small strongyles, also known as cyathostomes. However, veterinarians and horse owners were much more wary of the large strongyles, and in particular Strongylus vulgaris

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John Paul, DVM, MS, is a career-long parasite researcher and American Association of Equine Practioners member of 28 years.

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