Most people who have horses, at one point or another, has had to deal with seedy toe. Some have only ever experienced mild cases which seem relatively harmless. Often people learn to live with it as it just never seems to go away!
Seedy Toe (or White Line Disease) can be everything from; an inconvenient crack in an otherwise neat hoof; a large invasion that spreads through the ‘white-line’ making it difficult to maintain a usable hoof; to a major infection causing recurring abscesses, which can eventually infect the coffin bone leading to permanent damage and lameness. In this presentation, we’ll look at what it is, how it starts, how to get rid of it, and how to prevent it!