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Article published the October 19, 2017
1. Introduction It has long been recognized that being able to accurately assess conformational traits could be of significant benefit when determining selection policies and gauging the impact of factors, such as the environment and nutrition, on the hoof and on the risk of lameness [1]. Claw horn quality has been defined as the “product of horn characteristics, claw shape and the anatomy a ...
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Video published on January 8, 2016
Dr. Richard Laven (Massey University) discussed his findings on the evaluation of prevalence and the impact of environment, during the International Conference Lameness in Ruminants 2015 in Valdivia, Chile.
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