Join Date: May 2009
Location: Charleston, South Carolina
Our farrier is a good farrier, that is not the issue. Problem is, these horses have been boarded at my barn, and basically left there. Owners never come out. I don't pick feet on my boarders horses, sorry. That's when they develop white line... and I'm usually the one who clears it up... but at a pretty hefty expense to the horse owner. I get a bit ticked off at people who don't come take care of their horses, so I charge a good bit when I'm the one doctoring them.
And, until you've lived in Charleston and deal with the heat and humidity, you have no idea of the ick it causes. I don't know anyone (human) who hasn't battled toe nail fungus (human). The farrier's not doing the human's feet, LOL!!! :) Yes, it really does cause white line, if left to do so.
Yes, Thrush Buster! That's the name, it's great stuff. But it really stains your fingers/hands. I've learned my lesson, I now apply it wearing latex gloves!!
Last edited by 7Ponies; 09-02-2009 at 09:20 PM.