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Why should we screw a horse?

Why should we screw a horse?
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You can think of arguing that in nature a horse does not wear horseshoes, it's true. But we must remember that it is also not contained in a bay with limited space, or is subjected to sports activities, or works with cargo.
The principle of fucking a horse is the protection of your hooves against the excessive wear they suffer in the activities carried out in their daily lives. The environment in which they live is also an agent of wear, since in most places the floors are hard and abrasive.

But when it comes to protection, the claim turns out to be a bit generic, so I'll explain next, more closely, the reasons why you care more about the quality of your horses' hardware.

1- Avoiding losses.

This is the prime reason to screw a horse. With the routine of use, the hooves undergo excessive wear, causing, consequently, claudications and decreased yield. A horse with a low yield for damage to the hoofs represents two things: greater expenses with the treatment and recovery of the hoofs, and decrease of its profitability by fall of production. That is, economic loss.

2- Ensure the quality of specific services.

For working with loads, traction horses, which are intended for heavy work, in addition to mules and ponies, require specific horseshoes to assist during service. These horseshoes are made to promote more stability and traction on uneven terrain, allowing animals to play their role safely, and consequently thanks to stability, more quality.

3 - Improve sports performance.

The equestrian sport is certainly the most varied and important reason to screw a horse, since there are several modalities, and each of them has well defined characteristics.

Adjusting the horseshoes to the reality of each race, is compared to the choice of the tires of Formula 1 cars. Each track and each climate suits a type of tire and rubber drawing. With horseshoes, each equestrian mode requires a specific type of horseshoe and harness, not for aesthetic reasons or solely for regulation, but for the physical protection of the animal and the.

4- Veterinary treatments and improvement of the quality of life

The treatment of disorders of the locomotor system of horses is the most technical and difficult reason, since it involves the joint work of the farrier and the veterinarian.

A correct and accurate diagnosis is fundamental so that the therapeutic horseshoe is applied according to the horse's need, and the treatment is successful. The farrier, in order to perform this service, must have in addition to qualification, to understand the biomechanics of the animal, and to have experience in the application of these horseshoes.

A therapeutic tamping potencilizes the recovery of the animal, guaranteeing a complete recovery of the animal's quality of life and, when possible, returning to its daily activities of life.

A SPECIAL REINFORCEMENT

Minerals in Foot Balance, for example, support increased growth and improve hoof and animal development. They consist of a metal ion inserted into an amino acid molecule. This stable binding allows the high performance minerals of Foot Balance to remain intact as they pass through the volatile environment of the stomach so they can reach the small intestine where they are easily absorbed into the bloodstream and then transported to tissues and organs for use .

Common minerals prevent deficiencies and also provide normal growth and development for the animal. When a common mineral such as zinc sulfate or zinc oxide is ingested, there are three possible:

It is attached to an antagonist and is not absorbed. Antagonists are other components of the diet that can interfere with the absorption of minerals.

The common mineral remains in its original gross form and is excreted

The common mineral is bound to a complexing agent, which serves as a vehicle for boosting absorption in the small intestine.

Thus, the primary factor that needs to be considered to differentiate the normal oligoelements present in Foot Balance is the bioavailability, that is, how much this mineral is absorbed and used in an animal. Foot Balance is designed for optimum absorption, so they easily enter the bloodstream and act quickly on numerous metabolic functions.

Dr. Luiz Gustavo Tenório
Veterinário especialista em ferragem de cavalos
luizgustavotenorio@gmail.com

A SPECIAL REINFORCEMENT
Minerals in Foot Balance, for example, support increased growth and improve hoof and animal development. They consist of a metal ion inserted into an amino acid molecule. This stable binding allows the high performance minerals of Foot Balance to remain intact as they pass through the volatile environment of the stomach so they can reach the small intestine where they are easily absorbed into the bloodstream and then transported to tissues and use.

Common minerals prevent deficiencies and also provide normal growth and development for the animal. When a common mineral such as zinc sulfate or zinc oxide is ingested, there are three possible outcomes:

1.It is attached to an antagonist and is not absorbed. Antagonists are other components of the diet that can interfere with the absorption of minerals.
2.The common mineral remains in its original gross form and is excreted.
3.The common mineral is bound to a complexing agent, which serves as a vehicle for boosting absorption in the small intestine.

Thus, the primary factor that needs to be considered to differentiate the normal oligoelements present in Foot Balance is the bioavailability, that is, how much this mineral is absorbed and used in an animal. Foot Balance is designed for optimum absorption, so they easily enter the bloodstream and act quickly on numerous metabolic functions.

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Dr. Luiz Gustavo Campos Tenório
Veterinarian Coordinator of the team of heifers of the Olympic Games Rio 2016 Assistant Researcher at UFRRJ / LADEqui Podiatry Professor - Postgraduate IBVet

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