When a horse experiences abdominal pain, it is commonly referred to as horse or equine colic. Without quick discernment as to the cause of the pain and administration of an effective horse colic treatment, it can potentially become life-threatening.
PETS & LIVESTOCK
Activated Charcoal Applications
So, your dog has had a run in with a skunk, and tomato juice is not working. What will work to get rid of that smell? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Over the years, our Annie has had a few run ins with skunks. After another scolding, we go into action:
In 2002 the USDA National Organic Program commissioned a three-member panel to give its recommendations for the use of activated charcoal for livestock. The review was compiled by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI). The entire article is available as a PDF file at the bottom of our review of that paper.