Saturday, October 1, 2022

Bransby Horses host free equine worming information evening

Lincolnshire-based equine welfare charity Bransby Horses are inviting horse and land owners to a free worming seminar on Thursday 8th September.

Worming practices have changed considerably over the past decade and with a wealth of information out there, what’s best for your equine may not be entirely clear.

The ‘Make A Difference: Think Twice Before Using Wormers’ event will explain the most up to date veterinary guidelines for anyone in search of more clarity on how best to treat their animals.

Along with Clare Shand from Westgate Labs, the Bransby Horses’ equine welfare team will be on hand to answer any questions and help anyone looking after equines gain a better understanding of what is required to keep an animal healthy.

Bransby Horses’ welfare manager, Rachel Jenkinson, said: “It will also be a good opportunity to hear about our work in general and to ask questions. An effective worming program is an essential part of looking after any horse, pony, donkey or mule, but people may not be aware of the most effective way to do this.

“It’s also a good opportunity to learn how to tighten up your worming program as this could also potentially save you money, at a time when every penny counts.”

The event is free but booking is essential, as places are limited.

To secure your seat on Thursday, September 8 at 6.30pm – 9pm, call Bransby Horses on 01427 788 464 or register online.

Refreshments will be provided.

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