Faecal Egg Count (FEC) – 10% discount for 3 or more shipped together

$15.00


 

THE LAB IS NOW

OPEN

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.

Please be aware that some Australia Post deliveries from regional areas are now taking a week or more to arrive at our lab.  In light of this, you might wish to invest a couple of $ extra and send your horses’ samples to us by Express Post.


AT CHECKOUT ENTER thanks01 FOR YOUR COUPON DISCOUNT FOR ORDERS OF 3 OR MORE FEC’S WHEN SENT IN THE SAME SHIPMENT!

EBW’s modern laboratory technology will test your horses’ faecal samples to an accuracy as low as 8 eggs per gram (EPG) using a modified McMaster testing technique. FECs are the first step in determining the presence of adult parasitic worms in your horse and the degree of egg-shedding by these adult worms – eggs that are contributing to contamination of your pastures.

Complete one FEC Data Sheet for each horse and follow these postage tips below:

  • Triple-pack your horse’s faecal sample according to EBW’s 4 simple steps
  • If you are sending just one sample within a ziplock bag instead of the recommended container, be aware that sometimes these are sorted through Australia Post’s ‘fast lane’ and the sample may be damaged.  If you are going to do this, make sure you bulk up the package, e.g. with some bubble wrap.
  • send the sample to us at:

PO Box 508, Goolwa, SA, 5214.

In undertaking FEC/RT, EBW also scans for the presence of equine parasitic eggs other than Strongyles/Cyathostomins.

EBWs promise:

‘Quick results for you, or we return your poo!’

Price is per test.

Description

EBW’s equine Faecal Egg Counting service helps you monitors the pasture contamination potential of horses affected by parasitic Strongyle (Cyathostomin) worms.

First, complete the FEC Data Sheet

Then follow these easy 4 step Instructions for sending the sample to Evidence Based Worming.