Cowslips Plus – Box of 10 Hoof Blocks
CowslipsPlus are the only lameness treatment application that provides increased support for the hoof wall. Cowslips are orthopaedic hoof block shoes for the treatment of lameness in cattle. Made from highly durable PVC. Fitted to the healthy claw Cowslips take the weight off the affected claw thus alleviating pain and accelerating healing. The cow’s mobility improves weight is gained and milk yield increases. Cowslips are the only application for the treatment of lameness providing increased support for the hoof wall. Cowslips Plus have a unique roll-over toe and tapered sole to assist walking and balance.
The Cowslips unique hoof-like design increases the surface area for adhesion ensuring they remain in place for 4-6 weeks before self-shedding. All packs contain shoes adhesive powder liquid hardener and mixing spatula. Perfect for all your hoof trimming needs to get her walking comfortably again.
Intracare’s Intra Repiderma Spray is antibiotic-free Repiderma, effective skincare for animals. Cattle farmers, hoof trimmers and veterinarians can now work without antibiotics. Intra Repiderma is the protective hoof and dermal spray that gives visible results after the 1st day and is safe to use for the farmer, the animal, and the environment.
Aesculap hoof knife special hardened narrow blade stainless steel polished with wood handle left or right-handed options. The hoof knife is made of high-quality stainless steel and is equipped with a polished long straight blade with sharp cutting-edge geometry for a long performance. Besides, the best dynamic effect is ensured through the ergonomic redwood handle in combination with the shape of the blade.
The Hoofnack Veterinary Hoof Hoist is an award-winning device designed for ease of use in those difficult situations where an animal must be examined in detail and it prevents the kind of struggling and strenuous lifting that is so often a part of such an examination
Teagasc lameness guide by Keelin O’Driscoll
Lameness.pdf (teagasc.ie): Claws become overgrown (high heels, long toes, and misshaped soles), and the horn is weaker than normal. Associated with concentrated feeding, and not enough roughage, and can lead to erosion of the heel, under-run soles, bruising and ulcers. Stones can pierce the sole of the foot and cause underlying tissue damage and infection, if not treated by hoof paring to reduce weight on the affected claw.