Recorded Equine Lecture
Course Length: Two hours
These lectures are designed for horse owners, riders and anyone with a passion for horses.
Now available as a recorded lecture. Please note bookings are only via the website.
Are you confused by conflicting advice on worm control in horses? How worrying is the rise in resistance to worming products and what can be done about it? What exactly is a liver fluke?
This lecture will introduce you to the internal worms and parasites that can infest your horse and describe the damage that they can do. It details various different strategies of worm control and present the evidence behind each of them. The lecture also discusses the latest diagnostic tests, pasture management and how to design an effective preventative worming plan to help you to protect your horse.
Lectures in this series available to book as recordings:
Internal parasites and worm control of horses – what’s new?
Equine emergencies and first aid
Lameness - problems of tendon sheaths and bursae
Sight for sore eyes - equine ophthalmology
Nick Hart, BVetMed MRCVS
Equine practice vet
The Royal Veterinary College