Faecal Egg Count Reduction Testing (FECRT)
THE LAB IS NOW
EBW IS TAKING A SHORT HOLIDAY IN MARCH!
PLEASE ENSURE ANY SAMPLES YOU SEND WILL REACH ME BY FRIDAY 1 MARCH 2019. THE LAB WILL RE-OPEN ON WEDNESDAY 27 MARCH 2019. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
EBW utilises accepted scientific methodology in testing to see whether your horse is harboring resistant worms. Where faecal egg counts warrant further scrutiny, most horse owners request EBW to undertake a follow-up test – a FECRT – 14 days after worming – this is the official process to determine whether your horse may have a worm resistance issue that might need to be addressed by a veterinarian.
In undertaking FEC/RT, EBW also scans for the presence of equine parasitic eggs other than Strongyles.
- Complete the Horse Data Sheet (This is the same as the FEC sheet but the ‘Date of Last Worming’ will identify that it is for an FECRT.)
- Follow the Prepare Sample for Sending instructions
EBWs promise to you: quick results turnaround – ‘Quick results for you – or we return your poo!’
Price is per test.