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Good Morning Linda and welcome! I am Dr. Loretta, a licensed veterinarian and I am happy to answer your question.
Yes, comtaminated hayledge could certainly cause a colic in Lindsey. The name "colic" means a digestive disturbance. This could be due to bad feed, to a spasmodic colic, an intestinal obstruction or infectious cause. It is hard to know what may have lead to this colic that Lindsey has been through but if she ingested this prior to the episode, there is a good chance that this is the problem. You did not say if this was resolved or if this is still going on but most colics are due to spasms that resolve quickly with minor treatment. If this is still ongoing, this contaminated feed may be the cause.
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Thank you so much, Linda, for your kind rating. It is very much appreciated! Even though you have rated, we can still communicate. If you have other questions, please Reply. I am always happy to help. I truly hope Lindsey will get through this.
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