- Aug 16, 2016
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- Shenandoah Valley Virginia
I don’t know how often cattle need a pedicure, but my vet has a tilt table for cattle for that reason. That thing is HUGE and operates by hydraulic cylinders.Hi FJ. I was watching some reels on FB and noted several farriers there. Many are working on dairy cattle hooves. Is this a standard practice to take care of dairy cattle feet (if so, how often?), or only if there is lameness?
I've watched stones being removed; a 3" screw, two nails; a tooth; and so on. Thanks.