Straightening Crooked Legs

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It is not unusual for foals to be born with some level of angular limb deformity, but this becomes a problem when the deformity is severe and doesn't self-correct quickly. If the deviation is relatively minor, it might be resolved with stall rest, corrective shoeing, and/or a splint. However, if the conservative approach fails, the solution might involve surgery--periosteal stripping,

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