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Left Elevated Cattle Shoe - Large - Blue

Shoof Cattle Shoe is used to help in the treatment of lameness in cattle. Elevation of the healthy claw gives relief to the affected claw, assisting in a speedy recovery.

It is purposefully constructed in a very open manner. This allows the hoof to “breathe” which is essential for a fast recovery. The medication and bandage supplied with the Shoof are also essential for successful treatment. The Shoof copper-sulphate medication is effective in curing and hardening the hoof-horn, even in the worst conditions. The special Shoof bandage supplied acts like a filter, keeping dirt out and the copper-sulphate in, even if the animal is walking in very bad conditions (eg: dairy farm roads and yards, and muddy paddocks).

Cattle Shoof can be re-used many times with the Shoof Refill-Kit. Non-standard bandage or medication may cause failure of Shoof. Each Cattle Shoof will last years of re-use.

Shoof kit comes complete with a copper sulphate sachet, a special bandage along with the heavy duty plastic shoe.

Adhesive Elastic Bandage - 7.5cm

This shoof-brand heavy duty bandage is highly adhesive for use when you really want the bandage to stay on in difficult conditions.

Length 3.5m.

Big Drencher Lid/Probe

Spare lid for 'volume' drenching cattle. Ideal for use with the Shoof Easy feeder bottles

Big Softy Teat

The Big Softy teat is suitable for all types of feeders with standard 20-22mm holes. Teat design prevents leakage and opens freely as calf begins to suck. Intake elbow allows calf to empty all milk from bottom of container.

Big Softy Valve & Elbow - Pack of 10

Suitable for 21mm Big Softy teat (167960)

Bos Calf Leg Splint - Front - Yellow

Shoof Calf Leg Splint - Front (Yellow) - Hind (Green) When a calf is born with a contracted flexor tendon, the fetlock joint is caused to knuckle under, causing serious limitation to the mobility of the calf. The BOS calf splint is applied to the back of the leg, with the splint bottom edge at ground level. With the application of the splint, the calf should have normal mobility immediately. Remove the splint after 4 - 5 days.
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