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Trivia: Why do we mount horses on the left side?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Leslie Perry Jul 29, 2010.

Hoof Care in MUD like this?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nancy Ave Feb 8, 2010.

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My mission is to provide the highest level of professional service to horse and owner by investing in continued education, tools and relationships.

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I am a Farrier servicing customers in the Chapel Hill area for the last 10 years. I am a current member of the Music City Farriers Association. I invite questions in reference to hoof care and will respond as quickly as possible.

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<b>Trainer's Corner</b>

5/26/2010 - Laminitis

Well it has been actually a year since I last posted but I had some experiences this spring with a large number of laminitic horses and I thought I might touch on this subject from a farriers point of view. First, let me say that if you have a horse that is overweight then he is predisposed to a bout of laminitis. The Signs: The first sign you will notice is your horse is in pain and may lay down, walk slowly or stand with his hind…


Posted on May 26, 2009 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

<b>Common Hoof Problems and Remedies</b>

1. Abscesses Infections of the soft portion of the hoof Usually start as a result of a puncture wound or injury Lameness with severe pain

May see dark spot on hoof

Some abscesses may open and drain

- Treatment:

Consult your veterinarian

Abscess will need to be opened to allow drainage

Antibiotics for deeper abscesses

Severe abscesses may require long-term treatment with regular dressing… Continue

Posted on February 11, 2009 at 7:00pm

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At 6:24pm on February 16, 2010, Grimwood's Horseshoeing said…
You're very welcome. I hope it helps.
At 6:27pm on February 11, 2010, Jeromy Evans said…
Thank you for the advice and your time to write back. Jeromy
At 3:18pm on February 8, 2010, Jeromy Evans said…
Hi Mr. Grimwood , I see where some are using gelatin to help promote hoof growth and strength, we already do a daily hoof supplement now. How much gelatin daily would you suggest for a 900-1000 lbs. horse. Most packets are offered in 3 oz. or more. Or is this even wise to do. Thanks!!!!
At 2:16pm on September 21, 2009, Grimwood's Horseshoeing said…
I can hear him now!!
At 7:29pm on September 20, 2009, Linda Ferree said…
Derek, I don't think you have seen her. I know you haven't trimmed her yet. I now have 4 horses. Alan is having a cow, hahaha
At 8:51pm on August 13, 2009, Jessica Grimwood said…
Can you tag me in pictures on here or that to advanced for this?
At 4:47pm on August 13, 2009, Herbert Miller, Broker, CDPE said…
The PWHAT ride for SEPT 12 will be at WHY NOT RANCH and Linda and I have rented the Shack for the weekend. The ride is Sat at 10:00 am with a saddle bag lunch. We are going to try to have something at the shack after the ride. Try to attend if you can.
At 7:49am on June 18, 2009, jan said…
That would be great if you could give me some names.
At 2:36pm on June 17, 2009, jan said…
Thank you for the info. What areas do you go to? Would you come to Fairview?
At 10:57am on June 17, 2009, jan said…
I have a 3yr old gelding(four "white" feet. I noticed yesterday "holes" all around the top part of his hooves. Almost looks like BB shots. Called a vet he said it was most likely fungus ( he's on pasture all the time) Have you seen this before? I'm going to keep him in at night until it gets drier. Also the vet said I could get an ontiment called ISP.

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