In the summer mine gets done every 3 weeks to prevent the cracks getting bad and loss of hoof growth. Fly stomping season sucks
my family own 11 horses. most of the horses get checked every 6 weeks. the retired ponies every 8 weeks and we have one competition horse that is 5 weeks but mine and another is every 4.
It's about every 6-8 months depending on how fast there feet griw
It really depends on a lot of different factors. You first need to take into account the fact that your horse is either shod or no, the nature of his hoof and the time it takes to grow. In a general way, for a shod horse without any particular issue, the farrier has to come every 6 weeks. However, only your farrier will have the ability to tell the ideal length of a shoeing.
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When the weather is humid, you have the BLACK PROTEC, a black technical ointment which moisturize and feed while protecting from external aggressions. You can apply it on a perfectly clean and dry foot.
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When the weather is dry and hot, I advise you to use PURE PROTECT, our colorless and moisturizing ointment. It moisturize and soften the hoof. PEDIFLEX can also be suitable for dry weather as it is a universal oil.
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