GG, we have on and off wet weather. I try to keep them out of the mud(moreso to not rip their paddock up) so rather than standing in water puddles and mud, they go out a day or so after the rain so it's a drier mud. This mud is great for shedding off excess sole as it really packs into their feet and isn't so wet and gooey. This is the same protocol I follow in the summer with stalling them after a big rain, so their frog condition isn't really due to a lot of rain or such.
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