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Coverage from the 2017 International Hoof Care Summit held January 24-27 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Apr 12, 2017
Research has provided farriers with a better understanding of how weight-bearing and loading affect hoof wall growth.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Apr 5, 2017
The hoof is a dynamic structure that undergoes continuous changes throughout a horses’ lifetime.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 11, 2017
Horses with asymmetric feet have altered loading patterns, which could lead to lameness and possibly early retirement.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 10, 2017
Underrun heels can contribute to problems such as chronic heel pain, bruising, lameness, reduced performance, and more.
Learn about what’s cutting-edge in the world of equine hoof care from our 2017 International Hoof Care Summit coverage.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 9, 2017
A farrier shares ways he addresses issues in the caudal aspect of the horse’s foot.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 7, 2017
Researchers looked at how four trimming models impact hoof form and structure.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 6, 2017
Farriers need to observe a horse thoroughly, head to tail, to determine how to best trim and shoe him.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 4, 2017
A roundtable at the International Hoof Care Summit covered shoe wear and what it indicates about the horse.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 3, 2017
What do a dish, a crack, a flare, and a sheared heel have in common? All are hoof distortions.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Mar 1, 2017
Find out why understanding hoof biomechanics is important when making trimming and shoeing decisions for your horse.
by Sarah Evers Conrad | Feb 28, 2017
Learn about the intricacies of treating and shoeing horses with white line disease.