Lice in horses
Lice are a common parasite that can affect horses, causing discomfort and potentially leading to more serious health issues if left untreated. Lice infestations in horses are more common during the winter months, when horses are kept in close quarters and their coats are thicker. There are two species of lice: one species feeds through biting and chewing on hair and dead skin, while the other feeds through sucking the blood of the host animal. In this article, we’ll discuss the signs of lice infestations in horses and how to treat and prevent these infestations.