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How to Prevent and Treat Thrush in Horse Hooves

Foot trimming basics can reduce the risk of anaerobic bacterial infections
Proportionally speaking, the frog is close to one of the smallest structures in the equine body. Yet, despite its size, it plays a central role in maintaining healthy, sound horses. A healthy frog shares in the load-bearing function of the hoof and absorbs concussion each time the hoof contacts the ground.
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What’s the Average Yearly Income for U.S. Farriers? | If You Worked with Fewer Clients in the Past Year, What Was the Reason?

This week's facts and figures... What’s the Average Yearly Income for U.S. Farriers? and If You Worked with Fewer Clients in the Past Year, What Was the Reason? This edition of Farrier Facts & Figures is brought to you by the International Hoof-Care Summit.
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Hoof Nutrition Intelligence

Why is keratin so important to hoof health?

With the knowledge of what keratin is and how it contributes to hoof function as a structural component of the hoof capsule in providing both strength and flexibility, it becomes quite evident as to why it is important for hoof health. Hoof Nutrition Intelligence is brought to you by the International Hoof-Care Summit.
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