Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Western Kentucky
If you've had him"a few months" and "He's hoof's (sic) looked like this when we got him", then he is WAY past having a farrier visit. When the farrier comes out and takes off those shoes and trims him correctly, most of that old dry cracky wall will be gone. The top of his hooves don't look too bad.
Those feet really need attention before things go horribly wrong.
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