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Preview: Dr. Gayle Trotter: Preventing Hock Issues

The final two episodes in our series on hock health. Lameness expert, Dr. Gayle Trotter, explains the vital role nutrition can play in helping to avoid hock injuries in the first place. He talks about the necessary nutrients needed and how he felt compelled to develop his own supplement when he saw the lack of feed supplements that assist the joints.

Categories: Horse Care, Farriers & Soundness. • Tags: hocks, vet.
Part 1
Dr. Gayle Trotter explains the difference between intervention of hock injuries and prevention of hock injuries. He talks about nutrition as prevention.
Part 2
Dr. Trotter explains why and how he developed the joint supplement, Myristol, and how it benefits the horse.
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