Cattle Hoof Trimming Courses
Victorian Hoofcare Services offers cattle hoof trimming courses. Farmers, farm personnel, and hoof care specialists in Australia may take professional training in the Dutch hoof trimming technique. Because of our extensive experience and knowledge, you will have thorough instruction in all hoof trimming elements, allowing you to do the task safely, swiftly, and to the best level. The Dutch technique of hoof trimming is usually regarded as the most effective. Farmers should trim their cattle’s feet regularly to avoid mobility concerns.
Our courses inform and guide the learners about every aspect of cattle hoof trimming. Most lameness disorders begin around, in, or between the claws. Farmers ought to be mindful that management factors often impact cattle lameness, and it would be advantageous if they could determine the cause of their cattle’s foot diseases. Housing, cleanliness, meadow management, and reproduction are essential factors regarding lameness. We would cover all the aspects and the steps to start with trimming through our cattle hoof trimming courses.
Farmers must understand that good preventative hoof care is essential to minimise the occurrence of lameness. Cows should be trimmed at different intervals depending on farm circumstances, but generally, trimming is essential once after 100-120 days. A smart trimming technique can help you save both time and money. Animals heal quicker and need less medication when they get adequate care. Other advantages include:
- Fewer re-treatments
- Improved performance of recuperating cows
- An overall increase in animal welfare
Farmers eager to upskill their present hoof trimming or those who wish to pursue a profession in hoof trimming can take our cattle hoof trimming courses. All our courses are conducted in smaller groups to ensure that they can work closely with the professionals, learn the skills and tools necessary, and acquire hands-on practical trimming knowledge.
You can get in touch with us to learn more about the cattle hoof trimming courses.
3375 Corangamite Lake Road,
Cundare North, VIC 3251 (Colac)
(+61) 0419 305 363