What is a worm reduction test?
A worm reduction test checks that a wormer has worked and that there is no resistance present.
How does an worm reduction test work?
A worm reduction test is an egg count taken after a horse has been wormed. This result is then compared with the result of a routine egg count taken prior to worming and the effectiveness of the wormer is calculated.
When should I get an worm reduction test?
The exact time depends on the wormer used, but it is generally between 1 and 2 weeks after worming.
How much does a worm reduction test cost?
Prices depend on if any other tests are also carried out and how many horses are tested. Contact us for more details and a a quote.