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Proper hoof care is essential to the horse’s well-being. Without regular maintenance, hoof conditions can develop, causing discomfort and often requiring costly treatment. One such frequently-occurring condition is corns, or severe, visible bruising in the feet, which can become problematic if left untreated.

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