Faecal worm egg counts to test for adult, egg laying roundworm should be the cornerstone of an equine, avian and ruminant parasite control programme.Tell me More
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The British Equine Veterinary Association advocate a targeted approach to worming programmes based on faecal egg counts for both economic and efficacy reasons. However in busy vet practice it can sometimes be difficult to offer this service to clients with reliable turnaround times.
Let us take the strain! We offer a simple to use, reliable worm count service for vets, leaving you time to do what you do best. Find about the different parasitology tests we can offer.
Worm egg count service
4 Count Season Packs
Encourage best practice parasite control in your equine clients by offering a bespoke branded season pack of worm egg count testing kits to your clients.Tell me More
Pinworm test service
A sellotape impression test to detect eggs of the pinworm - a pesky parasite that has been on the increase in horses over the last few years.Tell me More
Lungworm test service
Faecal sedimentation test for lungworm, a parasite most commonly found in donkeys that can also effect other equines.Tell me More
Liver fluke test service
Use this test to guard against liver fluke disease (fasciolosis) caused by the trematode parasite, particularly useful for horses grazing on wet reedy ground with sheep or cattle.Tell me More
Sand test service
For equines in these risk categories a faecal sample can be taken at intervals through the year and checked for sand to assess the levels in the gut, so helping to minimise the risk of sand colic.Tell me More