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        05-03-2011, 11:41 AM
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    I actually don't want to touch it, as in filing it down myself or anything. I am actually going over to the barn in a half hour and cleaning his hooves. Can't wait for this new farrier to fix it.
         
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        05-03-2011, 02:41 PM
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    Hopefully the new farrier will trim up his frog some as that will help with getting some/most of the thrush out.

    Kopertox worked really well on my horse just once a week after my farrier cleaned his hoof up.
         
        05-03-2011, 10:06 PM
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    Originally Posted by Buckcherry    
    Hopefully the new farrier will trim up his frog some as that will help with getting some/most of the thrush out.

    Kopertox worked really well on my horse just once a week after my farrier cleaned his hoof up.
    He trimmed him up and he cut the thrush out. Actually, he gave me something for the thrush today and said to spray it on his hoof and it'll go away. He said his feet weren't terrible but, they did need to be trimmed a bit although, his toes weren't long though. He said the thrush isn't going to be hard to get rid of now that he has been trimmed.
         

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