Weather and Hooves


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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3 Responses

  1. Judy Dumermuth says:

    I enjoyed the foot article. I totally agree that having good feet boils down to proper farrier care, proper diet, and proper maintenance (such as cleaning out the hoof if not on a daily routine, at least once a week). Of course there are exceptions to the rule with injuries and probably some genetics involved, also.

  2. Kelly Hall says:

    Here in FL we have extreme dry, normally in winter, and extreme wet in summer. I am a barefoot trimmer and found that Absorbines Hoof Flex Natural works in both conditions. It helps maintain a normal moisture content in wet or dry. Had a client whose horses stood for 5 months in fetlock deep water for 2 summers come through with no abscesses in either horse. I haven’t found another conditioner that works like Hoof Flex Natural.

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