With our wet summer, the dry brown grass of August is replaced with lush green, high quality food! This is causing an increase in colics (extra fermentation of good grass) and Laminitis. You may have to restrict grazing as you would in Spring grass, especially if the waistline is growing. Most problems are seen with a change of grazing, or a horse going out after a period of stabling. These cases have a sudden change in feeding are high risk. Restrict the time out and gradually increase daily.