Preventing colic requires research and familiarity with the possible causes developing a prevention program is more complex considering every type of colic is unique it is important to consider all factors relating to feeding horse barn and all manner of activity to develop a suitable and relevant plan for your horse. The bulk delivered by a fibrous grass hay diet is a key weapon in fighting the colic wars because consistent gut fill maintains a continuous level of digestive activity free of feast or famine stresses additionally horses usually chew hay twice as long as grain. Colic indicates a painful problem in your horses abdomen because colic is often unpredictable and frequently unpreventable its a common concern for horse owners horses are naturally prone to colic fortunately over 80 percent of colic types respond well to treatment on the farm each colic . How to prevent colic in horses as with everything prevention is better than cure you can never 100 prevent it but if you want to reduce the chance of your horse developing colic here are some tips provide access to plenty of roughage such as pasture or hay. A horse with no outward signs of distress can find themselves in trouble just a few hours later with colic in horses causing significant issues you may be wondering if there are ways of preventing colic the good news is yes with a little work you can help keep your horse happy healthy and hopefully colic free
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