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post #31 of 49 Old 11-06-2013, 04:31 PM
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I am dealing with Dixie's thrush as well. Over the past few weeks it has been clearing up pretty nicely. I just wish it would heal faster!

I've been using: Hooflex Thrush Remedy Hoof Care.
Hooflex Thrush Remedy Hoof Care, 12 oz. - Tractor Supply Co.
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post #32 of 49 Old 11-06-2013, 04:42 PM
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Evironment is the same as two years ago wet I know for a fact my horses had no thrush feet were picked daily. Feet have been picked daily twice a day for well over a month and treated for thrush twice daily.

They are trimmed
propper also so that isn't it they are stalled every night and nothing is making any diffrence.the one horses frogs are almost eaten away. Iam at a loss and ready to just quit treating them not helping anyway. Iv used diffrent stuff petes goo... tomrrow stuff nothing works.

Got the no thrush powder trying that now if it doesn't do it then I don't know.
Can't change the weather or the mud no where around here is any better so moving them isn't an option.
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I know you've been fighting with your horse's feet. Thrush is so prevalent in my area as well, living in hot and humid coastal Texas. I know you have changed their diet recently. Maybe they are lacking something that their feet needs? I don't know if you have them on a hoof supplement or not. Have you tried Durasole yet? I've had good luck with that on a few problem horses including my yearling.
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Sadly, Dixie's previous leaser did not take care of her, hence the reason she has the thrush. I've been picking and treating everyday and cleaning her stall daily. I would never ever let it happen to her, since in this case, it was preventable. It was just a human being extremely lazy and not caring for her like she should have been.
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I know you've been fighting with your horse's feet. Thrush is so prevalent in my area as well, living in hot and humid coastal Texas. I know you have changed their diet recently. Maybe they are lacking something that their feet needs? I don't know if you have them on a hoof supplement or not. Have you tried Durasole yet? I've had good luck with that on a few problem horses including my yearling.
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No havent tryed durasole yet guess thats next if NO Thrush powder doesnt work. They shouldnt be lacking in anything diet wise. No i dont give hoof supplements. Iv got them all on all kinds of supplement magnesium is one of them.

Only the two who were laminatic have thrush issues other horse is fine. Ones in boots 24/7 with pads cant be barefoot yet hes to ouchy. The boots are the easyboot RXS so they are for rehabing laminatic horses. My never ending saga of hoof problems.
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They are trimmed
propper also so that isn't it
some farrier's version of "proper trimming" : is not very proper and contributes to thrush , so can we see photos to see for ourselves ?
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will try and do pics maybe not sure i want to post pics on here of my horses hoofs.
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My horse's feet stunk thrushy the other day, so 2 days ago I sprayed with 1/2 bleach, and it's gone. So once a week I'll spray, and go from there.
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Will try and do pics maybe not sure I want to post pics on here of my horses hoofs.
why? With pictures we can offer more specific suggestions as to how to improve them , if they need improving.
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why? With pictures we can offer more specific suggestions as to how to improve them , if they need improving.
Ok I will get pics but will start a new thread I currently don't have a farrier. So been doing them my self.
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