The increasing resistance to anthelmintics (worm treatment) across species has lead to an increased demand for worm egg count services . Regular worm counts help monitor your individual horses worm burdens and allow a tailored treatment to that's specific to your individual animals needs. Owning 4 horses myself (along a dog and two cats), I understand the importance of keeping our horses healthy and happy without breaking the bank! I have set up a mobile worm egg count business that is affordable for all horse owners, to help you keep your horses happy and healthy.
CHARITY: Our chosen charity for 2021 is 'Elverra pony rescue', our local equine charity. We have donated free worm counts to help them keep the horses in their care happy and healthy.
My passion for horses started at the age of 3, when I began lessons at my local riding school. My understanding of equine health is demonstrated through my qualifications.
Level 3 extended diploma in horse management, Reaseheath College
(Awarded best equine student of 2014).
BSc (Hons) equine science- first class. Harper Adams University/ Reaseheath college.
MSc Equine science- Aberystwyth university
My studies, research, and work placements (in multiple equine sectors from event yards to veterinary and breeding practices) have allowed me to gain an in-depth understanding of optimising equine health and performance.
My practical experience with horses includes a veterinary and competition horse background.
Working with horses, I understand how important it is to ensure your horses are happy and healthy without breaking the bank. Nutrifec is an affordable worm count and weigh bridge service. To improve the quality of service I provide, I have undertaken my AMTRA SQP exams to be able to provide you with advice on the best treatment for your horse (results pending).