Bennett, Deb
July 2013
Equus;Jul2013, Issue 430, p51
The article presents the last part of a miniseries on the conformation of a horse's hoof, with this article focusing on deformed and diseased hoofs. It underscores the importance for horse buyers to know the signs of an underlying condition, oftentimes a disease, which leads to abnormal growth of the feet that cause them to be out of balance. Discussed are different conditions that affect horses' hooves which include nutritional imbalance, toxicosis, and white line disease.


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