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Can anyone tell me of a good hoof supplement for our horses hoofs? We live in Penna. and the winter has been extremely hard on my horses front hooves, lots of chipping! Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you !!Dawn

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Comment by Dawn Davis on February 10, 2010 at 1:02pm
I am so glad, we are doing the barefoot trim and they are so much healthier than last winter. I have them on Farrier's Formula. Will try to find Equipride that Darlene uses.Thank you so much. We are having our second snow storm in Pa. Blizzard Watch for today and we don't have school till next Tuesday. Do you have snow in Tennessee? I'm ready to ride!!!
Comment by jan on February 10, 2010 at 11:58am
Dawn, everything Darlene said about her horses is true!! I have know her horses their whole lives(except older mare-known her over 10yrs). Jim Apple has really turned things around for them. Especially her big gelding. He is like a different horse.
Comment by Darlene Harris on February 10, 2010 at 9:01am
I use Equipride its on line and sometimes you can a local dealer look it up its amazing
Comment by Dawn Davis on March 5, 2009 at 1:19pm
Hi Cathy,
We live about 2 hours south of Puxat. It is a small town called Adah. It is near Uniontown, Penna. If your ever up thisway you and your family are welcome to stop and visit. We would love to meet you. The sun is actually out today,yipee!!Can't wait to ride soon! I did buy a hoof supplement yesterday at Tractor Supply. Pray it works fast!LOL! Nice to talk to you Dawn
Comment by Cathy on March 5, 2009 at 5:09am
Dawn, Where abouts in Pa. do you live? I grew up in Punxsutawney. Cathy
Comment by Dawn Davis on March 3, 2009 at 12:35pm
Hi Kathy, Thanks for the information, I appreciate it. I am about ready to move South. LOL!! Its been a cold long winter here in Penna, Had a two hour school delay today. I'll buy a biotin supplement for my boys, sure hope it works. Thanks!! Dawn
Comment by Kathy Baker on March 3, 2009 at 6:53am
Hi Dawn, I have found that chipping is generally the hoof's way of getting rid of excess wall. Does your farrier/trimmer keep a nice rolled or beveled edge to the hoof wall? That helps!
Comment by Cathy on March 3, 2009 at 3:45am
Hi Dawn,

I am lived in Pa. for 38 yrs. the winters are rough!! You may want to feed biotin supplement with their feed. I kept shoes on all yr round... (I loved the snowy rides). One thing I did read was to spray cooking oil spray into their hooves & they won't get all of the icey snow balls built up in their hooves. It really works!!! I hope it helps your horses... Good Luck!

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