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Research Journal: September/October 2017

The information, ideas and opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Hoof Lameness Treatment Methods of temporarily causing a lameness in a controlled manner can be useful when conducting research on pain relieving medications. However, most commonly used models are either very short lived and only produce a momentary lameness in response to a brief painful stimulus or are not reversible.
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Options Aplenty To Give Working Horses A Little Extra Help

Now is the time to learn about more effective techniques for dealing with lameness and hoof pain concerns.
Our in-depth eGuide on “Options Aplenty To Give Working Horses A Little Extra Help” offers plenty of field-tested, practical ideas ranging all the way from the trim to the need for protection and support to keep working horses on the go. Plus, it’s FREE.
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Treating Prolific Canker

A Virginia farrier tackles a case of advanced canker — with favorable results
A 25-year-old Belgian named Bailey was lame, thin and often nipped at his painful feet until they bled when a new owner’s love for the horse brought him to David Giza at Genesis Farriers in Culpepper, Va.
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Fighting Founder With Hospital Plates

Veteran Texas farrier says these devices are valuable tools in the worst laminitis cases
While Working extensively with laminitic horses over the years, I have used the heart bar shoe with great success, as have many farriers all over the world.
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