I vaccinate my pasture horses, that don’t come into contact with any others, with only Tetanus and West Nile, because it’s very prevalent in our area. For my show boys, once a year I’ll go into the vet’s office, and ask for their vaccinations. They know what is being passed around and I trust their knowledge on this subject, so that our show season is worry free. I don’t vaccinate more than once a year. I have a fecal test done on all my horses every 6 months. This saves a lot of money in the long run, and I only have to worm when necessary.
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