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19 Nov RESTRICTED MEDICATION DOSE AND TIME RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION

MEDICATION GENERIC NAME MEDICATION TRADE NAME MAX DOSE/LB BODY WEIGHT LATEST ADMINISTRATION HOUR PRIOR TO COMPETITION ADMINISTRATION METHOD (single dose/24 hours unless specified otherwise) Dexamethasone Azium® 1.0 mg/100Lb (10 mg/1000Lb) or 0.5 mg/100Lb (5.0 mg/1000Lb) >12 hours >*6 hours Oral, IV,IM *IV – must be administered by veterinarian Diclofenac Surpass® 5 inch ribbon,...

16 Nov Fly Control – by Zoetis

SOLITUDE® IGR contains the active ingredient cyromazine, an insect growth regulator that inhibits the development of the exoskeleton in immature house and stable flies, preventing them from becoming adults. The intermediate host vector of Habronema larvae is Musca domestica (the common house fly). In addition...

10 Nov Summer Sores

Summer sores are a common problem in Arizona. These sores are commonly found on the lower limb, corner of the eye, and the urethral process of geldings and stallions. They can also be found on the face neck or any other area of the body...

30 Sep Western Milling LLC Voluntarily Recalls Western Blend Horse Feed, Lot 5251 Due To Potential Monensin Contamination

Contact: Consumer: 1-559-302-1062 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — September 25, 2015 — GOSHEN, CA — Western Milling announced today that it has voluntarily recalled 50 lb bags of Western Blend horse feed, LOT 5251, manufactured on September 8, 2015. This voluntary recall was initiated by Western Milling after it...

15 Sep Parasite Control and Resistance

Dewormers have been utilized indiscriminately to control horse parasites for over 40 years. There are three classes of dewomers (anthelmintic classes) for nematode control in horses: benzimidazoles (fenbendazole, oxibendazole), tetrahydropyrimidines (pyrantel) and macrocyclic lactones (ivermectin, moxidectin). Resistance is a genetic adaptation that worms pass to...