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post #21 of 21 Old 03-08-2011, 11:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Zimpatico View Post
I've been battling thrush in Zee's hind feet for months. Stall rest over the last six weeks is now making it worse, and I'm not expecting it to get any better as we head into Spring. I've tried everything. I have about 8 bottles of various shelf bought Thrush remedies, soaked in Apple Cidar Vinegar, picking out his feet multiple times a day, his stall is cleaned twice a day, and the vet cut a lot of frog away when he was at the clinic last month. I'm quickly running out of ideas...

I asked my farrier about putting him on a hoof supplement. He said it will definately help grow the foot & frog out faster, pushing a lot of the thrush out. Has anyone has any experience with a supplement when treating thrush? And brand suggestions? I'm leaning towards Farrier's Formula Double Strength.
I had phenominal results with Source Focus HF. It grew the feet out FAST and much harder/tighter. The new growth looked very healthy.

For a treatment, I would HIGHLY recommend a few treatments with White Lightening followed by a few weeks of No Thrush. I am waiting on my stock of both now, but I can say I have seen the results of this approach and it was VERY successfull in thrush cases that had been reocurring, or never cured, for years...

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