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  1. Horse Health
    Wanting to start packing my horses hooves too completely prevent/treat the thrush he has/may have. (They still smell but I can't see it anymore) His frogs are still flakey but I think packing it will be the fastest way for it to go. Been using Kevin Bacon's on his feet for the longest time...
  2. Horse Talk
    My horse had cracks on his frog, and his frogs are starting to deteriorate, when i bought him he did not have a lot of his frogs on his back feet, but now his front feet ones are starting to go :-( we have been battling thrush for a while (at least i am pretty sure it's thrush) Either way he is...
  3. Hoof Care
    I've been helping my sister do simple trimming on our horses for about two years, but I want to go deeper into it, I do natural barefoot hoofcare, no shoes, anyone have any books they want to recommend to me? I'd appreciate it!!
  4. Hoof Care
    Hey Guy's ! I was at my local co-op feed/tack store today, and I was looking at the horse care products and came across 'Hawthorne Hoof Freeze', the price is $37.95 CAD what caught my eye was how it claims to be for tender footed horses well my mare is tender footed she gets a sore foot from...
  5. Hoof Care
    Hi guys, Thanks so much for your advice on this annoying matter! My TB cannot keep shoes on his feet. This isn't exactly a surprise to me because I know why they keep coming off. They are getting sucked off in the mud of the pastures. They are probably getting loose because his hoofwalls...
  6. Horse Health
    Ok, here it goes. My 21 year old gelding who I have owned for 10 years now got thrush a few months ago. He's never had it before and neither has my mare so I'm new to dealing with this personally. I live in Ohio and it's been especially rainy this year and he's been moved to a stall with...
  7. Hoof Care
    Completely random. So after we're done for the night, after shes cooled out, groomed down, blanket on for the night. After I pick the hoof and wash each hoof with warm water and stiff brush and follow with hoof conditioner exactly as directed by my farrier; coating the sole, frog and bulbs, and...
  8. New and Returning members, introduce yourself here
    Hi, I have just registered for this forum and will introduce myself straight up. I am a professional farrier from Australia and after 22years of shoeing full time have started another business but maintain an interest through running clinics and lectures. I am currently working on a free...
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