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Northern Ireland's 1st and only Mobile Faecal Worm Egg Counting Service 

Faecal Worm Egg Counting 


A diagnostic technique used to help identify parasitic burdens in your horse and agricultural animals. The test requires a fresh manure sample with results given on the same day. 

Equisal Tapeworm Test


Equisal requires a salvia swab which is used to identify the antibody levels specific for equine tapeworm. The test diagnoses low, moderate/high burden. 


Currently 70% of horses tested for tapeworm require no worming. 


It is reccomended to test twice a year, late winter/early spring and autumn/early winter. 

Benefits of Faecal Egg Counting 
  • Save Money - Buy reducing your worming to once a year 

  • Reduce the amount of wormers used 

  • Test as little as twice a year 

  • Promote gastrointestinal health


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Qualified SQP - Veterinary Medicines Adviser

As your local SQP Ashley is available to provide free and professional advice on your animals health

Postal Kits 

EFEC offer postal kits with results received in 3/4 days. Ideal for busy yards that struggle to organise on yard tests.


Let EFEC take the hassle out of worming with an easy to use postal kit and receive a tailored targeted worming programme.

Reaseheath University College Endorsement

February 1st 2016


"BSc (Hons) Equine Science graduate, Ashley Neely,  found her niche in the equine market after graduating from Reaseheath by  launching the first mobile equine faecal egg counting business in Northern Ireland."