These appear on the same kind of large, bony mules as referred to in

cases of spavin, and are incurable. They can, however, be relieved by

the same process as recommended in spavin. Relief can also be afforded

by letting the heels of the affected feet grow down to considerable

length, or shoeing with a high-heeled shoe, and thus taking the weight

or strain off the injured parts. The only way to make the best use or an

animal afflicted with this disease, is to abandon experiments to effect

a cure, as they will only be attended with expense and disappointment.

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