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Re: resistance to Ivomec
So, what's up with Quest? I've been curious about the product. Before I
try it I'd be interested in hearing the good versus the bad.
All animals except man know that the ultimate
of life is to enjoy it.
From: Trishmare <Trishmare@aol.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Date: Wednesday, May 06, 1998 5:38 PM
Subject: Re: resistance to Ivomec
> I have wormed my horses with Ivermectin exclusively since the stuff
>hit the market. No rotation. My horses have always been as healthy as . .
>well, as horses. I have read the debates on ridecamp and other places as
>rotation vs no roatation etc, but my attitude is, if it ain't broke, don't
>to fix it. As far as I can tell, it ain't broke. I own a 25 going on 26
>old gelding, who has been my friend for 22 years, and who acts like a horse
>half his age. My horses (knock on wood) do not colic, or indeed, ever seem
>be sick at all!!!! I do get the occasional lacertation, scrape, what not .
>. but I cannot see this as being worm related. <G>
> I am leary of Quest, as well as Strongid-C. I've heard too many
>(admittedly anecdotal ) bad stories.
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