What signs do you need to look out for to spot EPM in your horse?

  • Incoordination, stiff, stilted movements, abnormal gait or lameness
  • Weakness
  • Muscle atrophy, most noticeable along the topline or in the large muscles of the hindquarters, but can sometimes involve the muscles of the face or front limbs
  • Paralysis of muscles of the eyes, face or mouth, evident by drooping eyes, ears or lips
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Seizures or collapse
  • Abnormal sweating
  • Head tilt with poor balance; horse may assume a splay-footed stance or lean against stall walls for support

Our product EPMX supports the immune system in killing the parasites that cause EPM in your horse.

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