Month: December 2018

Why Diligence and Experience Count in Equine Fecal Worm Egg Testing

By Nikki Alvin-Smith If you’ve made the smart decision to take control of your horses’ health and manage their worm control program based on actual evidence rather than blind administration of treatments, then you are probably aware that mail in laboratory options like Horsemen’s Laboratory are available. You may use your regular vet, or a… Read more »

Optimal Equine Performance Starts With Good Health

Nikki Alvin-Smith You don’t reach the upper echelons of any sport without a lot of focus and hard work. There is also an element of luck involved too. To improve your chances of attaining the maximum potential in your horse’s performances you sometimes have to look at the stuff that you cannot easily see. The… Read more »