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December 11th, 2017
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We've revised our site to make it easier to order our testing kits!

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Our testing kits come with everything you need to prepare your sample, including a pre-paid self-addressed envelope to mail the sample back to our lab for testing.

1 Kit:$22
2-5 Kits:$19/each
6+ Kits:$17/each
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Please call (800) 544-0599 for pricing on larger orders.

Due to increased interest, Dr. Byrd, is now offering Worm Control Consulting!

  • Call: 800-544-0599 or email questions to: hlab@horsemenslab.com
  • Hours: Monday - Friday: 10 am - 4 pm (Central time)

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Does your horse really have worms?

We make it easy to find out!

Horsemen's Laboratory has made it simple to determine if your horse really has worms! Our Equine Fecal Testing Kits include everything you will need: a sturdy container, sealed plastic bag and a prepaid self-addressed envelope to mail the sample back to our lab. The price includes all postage and the results will be conveniently emailed to you.

Our goal is to make it as easy as we can to help you monitor parasites in your horses.

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Why do fecal egg counts on your horses?

  1. To determine if your horse has worms.
  2. To confirm that you got rid of the worms your horse had.
  3. To see how severely your horse may be contaminating their pasture and environment with eggs that will hatch and become infective larvae.
  4. To establish which category your horse falls into based on their egg shedding status (low, medium, or high).
  5. To slow the development of worm resistance to deworming medication.
  6. For the peace of mind that you are doing a good job of protecting your horse from the effects of intestinal worms.

Our Mission

Our mission is to assist horse owners protect their horses from worms. This mission will be accomplished through the development of a worm control program designed for their specific needs. This will be carried out through periodic microscopic examination of their horse�s fecal samples for the eggs produced by adult worms in the intestinal tracts of their horses.

Good horse care starts with knowing whether horse parasites are present in your horse's digestive tract. Whether you prefer to use natural horse dewormer or conventional horse wormer you must be able to evaluate the effectiveness of that horse deworming medication. You must know which horse worms your horse is exposed to in order to develop a horse deworming schedule. Each horse parasite is sensitive to different horse dewormers. Therefore the knowledge of knowing which worms are present can take the guess work out of deworming a horse.

Just posted the 10 Commandments of Equine Parasite Control on my Blog www.equinefecaleggcount.com

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907 Westbrook Drive
Mahomet, Il 61853
Lab Phone: 800-544-0599
Office Phone: 217-586-2004