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Farriers Can Help Expand Vet Student Education

Here’s your chance to help veterinary medicine institutions do a much better job of communicating trimming and shoeing skills to students, staff and clients

Educating “tomorrow’s equine practitioner” continues to be a major challenge as the information explosion and the public’s demand for medical excellence continue to grow and expand. When it comes to educating veterinary students, the ability to provide essential training, expertise and experience in all disciplines, as well as with a myriad of species, means some aspects of veterinary medical education may only be lightly covered.


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Veterinarians' Roundtable

Q: How long can it take lameness to show up from a blind quicking? Is it likely that a possible quicking could be the cause of lameness that shows up 27 days later?


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Veterinarians' Roundtable

How much bone remodeling can we expect to take place on a 10-year-old horse with prominent splaying out of the front feet after we remove extra horn from the bottom along the outside edge of the hoof?


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Telling Fact From Fiction In Horseshoeing

How to know the difference when looking for truth in the art and science of farriery
Think twice before believing anyone who claims to have the proven, best solutions to your shoeing challenges, warns equine veterinarian William Moyer of Texas A & M University, because the one right answer might not exist.
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Veterinarians Roundtable

Can we produce an arthritic condition by exerting extra pressure on the bone surfaces through the continuous use of a trailer on the shoe?
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