Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
If he's impacted, don't give him anything to eat. He needs to move the impaction first, and putting food on top of that is just going to make the situation worse. Make sure he has plenty of clean, fresh water, let him graze on any fresh grass, and keep an eye on him. Do not give him hay or grain.
I've dealt with impaction colic, and until the horse's gut starts moving they're nowhere close to being out of danger.
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