How Technology Can Assist to Manage Equine Parasites

How Technology Can Assist to Manage Equine Parasites

After nutrition, parasites are one of the most significant issues impacting horse health and performance.

Posted: Wednesday October 21, 2020

UK research recently concluded FECPAKG2 is a reliable tool for performing faecal egg counts in horses, and now the University of Melbourne is planning to further investigate the potential the platform to slow the development of parasite resistance in the Australian equine industry.

Techion Founder and Managing Director, Greg Mirams, parasitologist Dr Matt Playford from Dawbuts and the chair of the Australian Equine Parasitology Advisory Panel and Melbourne University Associate Professor, Abdul Jabbar host a 40 minute webinar. They share an overview of the sustainable control of horse parasites and answer questions from Australian horse


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