Claw conformation – is this a lameness risk in pasture systems?
Proceedings of the 36th World Veterinary Association Congress, Volume 1 - Animal Welfare; Equine; Dairy Cattle; Sheep, Beef Cattle & Deer; Aquaculture, Dairy Cattle, pp 105-108, May 2020
Article class: Conference Proceedings
Animal Type: Cattle - dairyPublisher: New Zealand Veterinary Association
AbstractMany factors affect hoof health. One of these is poor claw conformation. In more confined management systems, the result is an increase in lameness from claw-horn disruption (Bergsten 2001). The response has been regular corrective trimming.
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