Horse Wormers

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  1. Westgate Worm Count Kit - One Horse
    £13.48

    This Kit contains everything you need to test your horse for worms. 

  2. Westgate Worm Count Kit - Two Horses
    £19.97

    This Kit contains everything you need to test your horse for worms.

  3. Equest Pramox Horse Wormer - 700kg

    Equest Pramox Horse Wormer is an oral treatment indicated for the control of roundworm (including the encysted stages of small redworm), tapeworm and bots. 

  4. Equest Horse Wormer - 700kg

    Equest Horse Wormer is an oral treatment indicated for the control of roundworms. 

  5. Equimax Horse Wormer

    Equimax Horse Wormer is an oral treatment indicated for the control of gastrointestinal roundworms, bots and tapeworms. 

  6. Eraquell Horse Wormer

    Eraquell Horse Wormers is an oral treatment indicated for the control of gastrointestinal worms, lungworms and bots. 

  7. Equimax Tablets

    Equimax Tablets are an oral treatment indicated for the control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, bots and tapeworm in horses. 

  8. Eraquell Tablets

    Eraquell Tablets are an oral treatment indicated for the control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms and bots in horses. 

  9. Equimax Yard Pack - 48 Syringes
    £525.00

    Equimax Yard Pack contains 48 x Equimax Horse Wormer

  10. Eraquell Yard Pack - 48 Syringes
    £218.50

    Eraquell Yard Pack contains x48 Eraquell Horse Wormers

  11. Eqvalan Horse Wormer

    Eqvalan Horse Wormer is an oral treatment indicated for the control of roundworms, lungworms and bots. 

  12. Eqvalan Duo Horse Wormer

    Eqvalan Duo Horse Wormers is an oral treatment indicated for the control of roundworm, tapeworm and bot infestations. 

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Worms in horses can cause a variety of health problems including diarrhoea, weight loss and even colic which in rare cases can prove fatal. There are three main types of worms than can infect your horse: roundworms, tapeworms and bots. Each ‘type’ of worm can impact differently on your horse; therefore, it is important to implement a complete worm control programme. A worm control programme can help to prevent infestations of worms through pasture management (poo picking) alongside testing your horse’s faeces regularly. When treatment is required it is important to ensure you are using the correct type of wormer for your horse, using it at the right time of year and know the correct weight for your horse. All these factors can help to ensure your worm treatment is effective. Our AMTRA staff are experienced and can advise you on the best wormer to use for your horse from our extensive range of top brands.