Sand Colic in Horses – Symptoms, Prevention, Tips

Every year, many horses suffer from sand colic. Sand is ingested and weighs down the bowels, obstructing movement and causing colic, pain and ruptures of the intestine. Your horse could die of sand colic!

Does your horse eat sand in the paddock? Or is it grazing a meadow with little grass? Eating its hay from sandy soil? Then your horse risks getting sand colic!

Although sand colic is relatively unknown to many horse-owners worldwide, it is one of the most prevalent causes of colic in horses. This website tells you all about sand colic, its prevention and treatment.

Let’s stop this killer!

Want to know more? Continue reading here: What is sand colic?

 

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