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Spring warning! Is your horse dying to be turned out?

Is your horse dying to be turned out?

There is a seasonal spike in colic caused by the significant change in diet from mainly hay/haylage to grass. Help your horse by making the change slowly – ideally over a week or so, gradually increasing the time spent at grass.

If you are working for example, so can’t just pop back to bring them it, start the process at the weekend so they get at least 2 days working up to full turnout.

You can also help by feeding a pre-pro biotic like Protexin shown below, just before and during the transition to help your horse maintain its hindgut bacteria.

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