Verm-X Pellets For Horses
The herbs included in Verm-X have been carefully blended together to work synergistically with each other. Independent trials have proven that the herbal blend works (i.e. repels parasites). There have also been several reports from horse owners that their horses looked extremely well following feeding on Verm-X.
It is crucial that all grazed paddocks, particularly used for horses, undergo vigilant pasture management. The life-cycle of internal parasites involves eggs being passed out with the droppings. The eggs hatch and the larvae are then eaten on the grass by the grazers. Picking up droppings will help but it is not the full answer. Paddocks should ALWAYS have periods of rest for several weeks at different times of the year. Infested pastures, that may not be apparent, will prevent any parasite control management programme from being effective over a period of time. Parasite control methods under these conditions may show a reduction of infestation in the horse immediately after use but after a short period the parasite burden may soon be increased when grazing infested pastures.
It is recommended that all horses and ponies have regular parasite checks to avoid unnecessary control programmes. When using Verm-X, parasite tests should be performed 21 days after the last day Verm-X is fed.
A 100% herbal formulation specifically for the control of internal parasites designed by world renowned herbalists.
Verm-X is completely natural and is ideal for horses kept on organic farms.
Used widely on horses in the peak of fitness and competition, the herbs are gentle on the digestive system.
Verm-X is extremely palatable and has no known resistance.
The Veteran Horse Society recommends Verm-X for older horses.
Verm-X powder is fed every 12 weeks as 5-day courses whilst the pellets, also designed for 5-day courses, can be fed from the hand as a treat. Verm-X liquid is fed for three days each month. Feed half the amount to horses and ponies between 6-18 months and feed the full adult amount at 18 months old.
Allium sativum, cinnamomum zelandicum, mentha piperita, thymus vulgaris, galium aperine, capsicum minimum.
Allium sativum, cinnamomum zelandicum, mentha piperita, thymus vulgaris, galium aperine, capsicum minimum, aniseed, micronised sugar beet pulp, seaweed meal, dicalcium phosphate, molasses, equine anti-oxidant.
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After dosing my mare with equest pramox and getting a medium count back from the labs, I decided it was time to to try something different. I used a course of these which my mare just adored! Worming with these was so easy, she couldn't get enough of them. They smell amazing! I have the tub in my kitchen so I can sniff them every now and again. After a five day course of this, I waited the 21 days for it to take effect and I got another worm count and hers went from 300epg to under 50epg! It works!