Be encouraged: there is hope for you and your horses. Preventing colic all about making the healthiest care and management decisions possible for your horse.

Join the Crusade and commit to keeping your horse colic-free for a lifetime to come. You will be part of a growing number of equestrian Crusaders who are improving their feed and management programs, sharing their past colic experiences, and enjoying their happy, healthy horses every day.

Feeding to avoid colic 

Reducing starchy feed concentrates, providing constant access to forage, keeping a consistent feed program, and regular turnout and exercise are the best ways to reduce your horse’s risk for colic. Learn some specific techniques you can implement in your horse’s feed and care program >>

Supplementation
 

Changing your feed and management program isn’t always an option. And even if it is, there are other factors that influence your horse’s health. Learn more about a supplement that supports total digestive health >>

Colic Treatments 

Call your vet! They will determine the best course of treatment for your horses based on the signs and symptoms. These start with pain management and can include flushing the system and surgery for the worst cases.  Learn more about treatment options for colic >>

Join the Crusade Against Equine Colic 

The goal of the Crusade is to save equine lives by eliminating the threat of colic. Stating your support of the campaign, sharing what you’ve learned with your equestrian friends, and swapping stories are the best ways to get the message out there that colic can be avoided. Join the Crusade today >>

The Crusade Against Equine Colic is a movement empowering all horse people to learn how to reduce our horses’ risk for colic – and to share that knowledge with fellow equestrians.


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