Thrush Diagnosis and Treatment

Most cases of thrush occur in inactive horses that live in stalls. Unfortunately, this describes a huge percentage of horses in the United States, since over the past few decades horses have become 'apartment dwellers.' As a result they may be standing in any number of different conditions, yet the foot isn't flexing and so doesn't get the opportunity to self clean.

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