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Mare and Stallion Breeding and Neonatal Foal Care
- 2 days ago byTuesday Trivia Answer: Can you identify the defect, and the disease? The sesamoid bone is fractured. There is a bone chip floating above the sesamoid bone. In addition this h...
- 3 days ago byTuesday Trivia: Can you identify the defect, and the disease?...3 days ago 1
Is there a chip or spur at the fetlock? Otherwise, I have no idea. Definitely not qualified for this job...haha2 days ago
Mary Ann Barton, this is what we were discussing today, and of course this is not your guy. Our goal is to prevent degeneration of the suspensory.2 days ago
DSLD. I know this all too well unfortunately. No cure, and extremely painful for the horse. People want to think it’s only the fetlocks affected but it’s a full body disease. Hug your horse and enjoy every moment you can with them. My mare has been dealing okay with it for 3 years.