Month: March 2017


Recently one of our clients at Horsemen’s Laboratory asked about the accuracy of our testing methods. Horsemen’s Laboratory was established in 1991 and since then we have tested over 66,000 samples. In addition, we have sent samples to the University of Illinois, School of Veterinary Medicine Department of Parasitology and to East Tennessee Clinical Research,… Read more »


A client recently asked, “How effective is Diatomaceous Earth as an agent to prevent or control worms in horses?” Here’s what Horsemen’s Laboratory has found through performing fecal egg counts on horses that are being fed Diatomaceous Earth. In horses that are high shedders, the egg count is often fairly high, 500 strongyle eggs/gm of… Read more »