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What do horses colic?

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Wendy Pate

Colic in horses describes a large range of abdominal discomforts. Colic can be anything from a twisted intestine to worms.

Horses can have colic for innumerable reasons including changes in feed, too much sand in the caecum, and eating a foreign object.

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