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Avoiding Horse Colic

 It is important as a horse owner to realize that horse colic is an unfortunate fact of life. Annual equine colic incidences of approximately 10% are quite common. Research reveals that 11% of affected horses die. Listed below are some of the management factors which are thought to decrease the incidence of colic in horses. Preventing horse colic is possible with better management. It is very important also to work toward avoiding horse colic in horses which fall into high-risk categories, such as stabled horses in intense training and fit horses recently injured. 


  • Allow as much pasture time as possible 
  • Maintain a regular feeding and exercise schedule 
  • Provide constant access to clean water 
  • Provide at least 60% of digestible energy from roughage 
  • Do not feed excessive carbohydrates 
  • Do not feed moldy hay or grain 
  • Feed hay and water before grain 
  • Provide access to forage for as much of the day as possible 
  • Do not over graze pastures and prevent ingestion of sand and dirt 
  • Do not feed or water horses before they have cooled out 
  • Make all changes in diet, exercise level and management slowly 
  • Feed ColiClenz™ Plus 
  • Control intestinal parasites 


 COLICLENZ™ PLUS 

  • All natural 
  • No preservatives 
  • No drugs or antibiotics 
  • Easy to feed 
  • Easy to measure 
  • Designed to work naturally 
  • Palatable 
  • Improves appearance 
  • Utilizes feed more efficiently 
  • Enhances performance 
  • Reduces odor of urine and feces