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  1. #1
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    Default Help in searching for EPM posts

    Maybe I'm too upset right now to think straight but I can't seem to do a search for EPM posts. Not enough letters? What am I doing wrong? Any suggestions? Thanks.
    R.I.P. Ollie (2007-2010) You were small in stature but huge in spirit. You will never be forgotten.

    Godspeed, Benjamin (1998-2014). A life well-lived. A horse well-loved.



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    Sadly the search function does not recognize anything under 4 letters, so "epm" will not show any results. Oat, Hay, and Leg are other popular words that will be omitted from the search results.

    So, instead try some of the following: protozoa, marquis, neurological, spinal (tap), and other popular words that will come up in an epm discussion.



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    I have heard large doses of Vit E really helps with any neuro damage.
    Best of luck!!

    The Horse
    In addition to using anti-protozoal medications, some experts recommend supplementing with 6,000-9,000 IU per day of vitamin E. Although no control trials have been done to support this, Blythe points out that, "Vitamin E has been shown in people and horses to augment or make the immune system work better. Vitamin E may help the immune system do the final killing (of the parasite) where antibiotics don't destroy all of it."



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    Google toolbar is your friend
    If you are already in the forums site, click on the "search this site" button and add the word EPM

    There are 326 results here, :
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&r...&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

    And the search looked like this starting with the word "site:" and ending with "epm"

    site:www.chronofhorse.com epm
    Good luck!



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    Just type Marquis into the search engine on here, that will bring up the most results. You can also do EPM* but that doesn't bring up as much as Marquis. Also search for diclazuril.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chall View Post
    Google toolbar is your friend
    If you are already in the forums site, click on the "search this site" button and add the word EPM

    There are 326 results here, :
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&r...&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

    And the search looked like this starting with the word "site:" and ending with "epm"

    site:www.chronofhorse.com epm
    Good luck!
    That's really handy - they should add those instructions to the forum help section.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chall View Post
    Google toolbar is your friend
    If you are already in the forums site, click on the "search this site" button and add the word EPM

    There are 326 results here, :
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&r...&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

    And the search looked like this starting with the word "site:" and ending with "epm"

    site:www.chronofhorse.com epm
    Good luck!

    Absolutely brilliant. Thank you so much!!! Never had a clue about doing that.
    R.I.P. Ollie (2007-2010) You were small in stature but huge in spirit. You will never be forgotten.

    Godspeed, Benjamin (1998-2014). A life well-lived. A horse well-loved.



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