Worm Free Naturally-Natural Horse DeWormer

(12 customer reviews)

$29.95$69.95

Worm Free Naturally is a 100% natural horse wormer that safely eliminates worms in horses. Worms don’t stand a chance when Worm Free Naturally attaches to the little boogers like a magnet, slowly dehydrating them til they die and can be easily eliminated by the body. The added benefit of silica, vitamins, trace minerals, and probiotics help maintain a healthy digestive tract.

Worm Free Naturally contains food grade diatomaceous earth along with pro-biotics. It addresses the internal parasites, halts re-infestation by eliminating larvae in the manure, while also offering trace minerals and probiotics that are essential for a healthy digestive tract. Why wouldn’t you want to do that for your pets? Can chemical de-wormers do all that?

“I am so happy to find a product that is natural for all my pets. 6 dogs 2 horses and a mule are alot of animals and alot of meds. This natural wormer has changed the life of all my animals. I have seen worms dry up after a couple days with this product. My pets all look great and I know feel great. This is a miracle and its inexpensive to boot. I highly recommend wormfree to everyone with a pet you love!! ” LL Eidson, TN

Benefits:

  • Safe, non-toxic, parasites don’t build immunity as they do with traditional wormers
  • Trace minerals – great for animals, humans, plants, and soil
  • Helps detox heavy metals, E.coli, bacteria, viruses, etc.
  • Promotes shinier coats
  • Digestive aid Colon cleanser
  • Better overall health
  • Reduces flies, fleas, ticks, etc.
  • Reduces manure odor

Worm Free Naturally: Bad for worms. Good for your horse.

3 lb Bag contains approximately 30-1/2 Cup Servings

 

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Why use a natural horse dewormer?

Because de worming is a part of having a horse. Using a natural dewormer for your horse is easier and safer. There are more than one type of intestinal worms your horse can get, and different types of worms can adversely affect the health and performance of your equine pal.

The great news is, Mother Nature has given us everything we need for a natural horse dewormer to be a safe and effective way to get rid of worms, without needing to resort to chemical de wormers that can be downright dangerous to the health of your equine friend.

Worm Free Naturally natural horse dewormer  is a natural wormer for worms in horses, that works mechanically, not chemically, to microscopically abrade the outer coating of parasites, causing dehydration, or loss of body fluid, which is fatal. And because it’s not a chemical, but a natural horse dewormer, parasites don’t build up an immunity. Rotating horse wormers becomes unnecessary, saving you time and money.

Does a natural horse dewormer really work?

Types of internal parasites/worms

The most common species of worms that affect horses include:

Large Redworms (Strongyles):

Large redworms are one of the most dangerous internal parasites.  They eat through the lining of the gut wall and travel through the blood vessels of the gut causing significant bleeding and damage.  They can cause rapid weight loss, diarrhoea and surgical colic.  Severe cases of infection can lead to death.

Small Redworms (Cyathostomes):

Small redworms are the most common internal parasite in horses.  The larvae hibernate in the gut wall during the winter and emerge in large numbers as adults in the spring causing severe damage to the intestines during the process.  They can cause weight loss, diarrhoea and colic with potentially fatal consequences particularly at the time of mass emergence.

Roundworms (Ascarids)

Adult roundworms can grow to 50cm in length and are particularly dangerous to foals and young horses (older horses develop immunity).  The larvae transfer through the gut wall, to the liver and then the lungs. The larvae are coughed up and swallowed where they mature to egg laying adults within the gut. They can cause respiratory signs (seen as a cough and nasal discharge) as the larvae journey through the lungs, or they can cause gut signs such as weight loss, a poor-doer or pot-bellied appearance and diarrhoea.

Pinworms (Oxyuris)

Pinworms can damage the bowel before laying their eggs around the outside of the anus causing intense itching and irritation.  Persistent scratching will result in hair loss and open sores, around the tail head which can become infected.

Threadworms

Threadworms often remain dormant in adult horses but transfer to newborn foals via the mare’s milk.  This leaves the foal weak and susceptible to diarrhoea and anaemia.  The foal’s growth rate may also be affected.  Foals should be wormed against threadworms as early as 4 weeks old and worming the mare during pregnancy will help reduce numbers transferring to the udder.  Natural immunity usually develops by 6 months of age.

Tapeworms (Cestodes)

Tapeworms can grow to 8cm in length and a width of 1.5cm.  They form into clusters at the junction between the small and large intestines where they can cause digestive disturbances, loss of condition, colic and fatal blockages.  Horses become infected indirectly through eating the infected forage mite found on grass and forage.

Bots (Gastrophilus)

Bot flies are the most common irritant to horses during the summer grazing season.  They lay sticky yellow eggs on the horse’s coat – these are then ingested as the horse grooms itself by licking.  On entering the mouth the eggs hatch out into larvae, which migrate to the stomach.  If left untreated they can cause inflammation in the mouth and throat, and ulceration in the stomach.

Chemical vs Natural Horse Wormer

There are many different drugs available for de worming your horse and, like any drugs, they all have side effects.

Wormfree Naturally is an effective 100% natural wormer you can use, so there’s no need to use drugs that can cause side effects and harm your feline friend.

Just read about some of the adverse effects that are reported for common de-worming drugs and I’m sure you’ll agree with me that it’s not worth the risk to your four legged family member.

Here are some examples of the adverse drug events reported to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the most common active ingredients in de-worming drugs.

Probiotics and the immune system

Probiotics help maintain a good balance of healthy gut bacteria and can strengthen your pet’s immune system and help him keep worms at bay. Wormfree Naturally contains organic probiotics along with vitamins and trace minerals every cat needs to stay healthy.

Will my horse eat a natural wormer?

Wormfree Naturally is easily added to wet or dry food and most horses don’t even notice its there. Worms are in the environment and there’s no sure way to keep your horse from being exposed and potentially reinfected. Many horse owners give it year round as maintenance to stop a recurrence. It makes sense to use prevention, rather than cure an infestation of worms in your horse.

It also works great for Dogs and Cats

Feeding Instructions: Mix well with food. Add water if needed.

One 3 lb. bag contains 30 servings (1/2 cup dose per day). First time users: Feed Worm Free Naturally natural horse wormer daily for 90 days without interruption, then feed 3 times a week thereafter for maintenance.

Ingredients: Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth, Probiotics, Organic Kelp, Vitamin A, D3, E

HORSES: Up to 1,000 lbs.1/2 Cup
                Over 1000 lbs. 3/4 Cup

*Disclaimer: We make no medical or veterinarian claims to any of the products offered on this site. The information presented on the Alternative Animal web site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of your physician, veterinarian, or other licensed health care provider.

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12 reviews for Worm Free Naturally-Natural Horse DeWormer

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  1. Lacey Ammons

    No nasty flavored paste for my horses and no fighting them with the tube for me. Easy to administer powder form that just gets sprinkled over their food. Happy, healthy horses.

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  2. Karen Swink

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    Great product!

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  3. Beth

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    WFN has had an additional benefit for my old dogs and old horse (37 yo). It seems to keep the inflammation of arthritis down and the animal more comfortable.

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  4. barbara w.

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    I think it is actually working

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  5. William Ritzel

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    My horses have been using this product for 6 years and are happier and healthier than ever.

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  6. Candice

    Great product for my horses. All natural, so easy on their stomachs and intestines. My horses look great!

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  7. Beth

    I have used WFN for several years and am pleased with it. Whenever I have a horse person visiting and looking at my horses, they will always comment about how shiny they are. Since I am unable to do lots of grooming, there must be another cause. Wormy horses aren’t usually shiny and healthy looking.

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  8. William Ritzel

    Easy to administer, no paste mess and it works!

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  9. Taylor

    It works! I was skeptical at first but I used it exactly as instructed and it completely took care of the problem. I will definitely continue to use it since it’s so affordable. I’m boarding my horses and they seem to need to be on a regular worming schedule because they keep getting reinfected. Other boarders at the barn are also very impressed with how well it worked.

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  10. Ashley

    Never again will I use a paste wormer on my horses! This product is so easy you just add it to their food and it’s done. My horses have never looked or felt better since using this product. I have regular fecal counts done and even my Vet is impressed with how well it’s working.

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  11. Frida

    Thank you so much for this great item! Arrived quickly. EZ, no fuss, and our animals are feeling better. Will be back for this and other items!

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  12. Susan

    Thank you for always taking the time to talk with me. I called you in a panic about a week ago telling you that my horse had strongyles and was losing weight and generally not doing well.Took a sample to the vet and was told he had strongyles and that the wormer we were using was not working. Needless to say I was devastated. You took the time to talk with me and send me an article that was helpful and we agreed to increase his Worm Free Naturally to ½ cup. Well, on the 6th day of treatment I found a vet that does a fecal count and guess what – Freedom is CLEAR – can you only imagine my pleasant surprise. We are going to continue ½ cup for 60 days just to make sure we stay clear.

    Thank you Thank you for all you do and especially for caring enough to talk me through such a difficult situation. Susan Hood, FL

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