Of all the things that make being a farrier a difficult job, dealing with horses that would prefer you not do your job on them is probably the hardest. Difficult horses mean longer hours, shorter tempers and stiffer muscles the next day. In the worst situations, they mean real danger for both farrier and owner. Here is a roadmap for making the trimming and shoeing experience a positive one, even for the most difficult of horses.
Laminitis may be the end product or a derivative of a range of illnesses. The severity of occurrence can also change with circumstances.
There are many misconceptions about using beet pulp for horses, but in actual fact it is extremely beneficial, so you may want to consider feeding beet pulp to horses to improve both their health and condition.