Items Tagged with 'Michael Wildenstein'


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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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Spotlight on Hoof Care: Consider The Entire Horse For Better Shoeing

Clinic draws from nutrition and whole-horse examinations to find solutions for laminitic horses
There is more to farriery than just looking at the horse’s hoof. To treat horses properly, it’s necessary to look at the whole horse and consider its gait, conformation and body weight and how those factors affect the hooves and how the trimming and shoes that are applied can affect the rest of the horse.
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Montana Farrier Supply Clinic

110 North N St.
Livingston , MT
United States
Michael Wildenstein will be the clinician at the Montana Farrier Supply Clinic. Read More


NE Farrier Supply Spring Clinic

4/13/19 8:00 am EDT
Northeast Farrier Supply
210 Holabird Ave
Winsted, CT
United States
Contact: Vin Giannetti
Northeast Farrier Supply is hosting a spring clinic in Winsted. Read More

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