• Dietary changes means you assume the horse has a dietary cause for the diarrhea. However there are other intestinal causes, such as parasites, viral infections and even some bacterial infections. I'll let you join the site for the full article: If you do not feel like joining a horse Forum, then I would suggest reading this one: You need a vet to come look at the horse and most likely need a stool sample tested for common parasites, then treat for the cause instead of you meddling with the diet with no certain idea of the cause, potentially worsening the condition or setting the animal up for other disorders/diseases.

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