Seedy toe is a white line disease problem specifically in the toe area. It is a separation of the horse’s hoof wall from the underlying sensitive laminae at the white line caused by fungi, anaerobic bacteria, yeast or a combination of either one. This results in a cavity that fills... Seedy toe is a white line disease problem specifically in the toe area. It is a separation of the horse’s hoof wall from the underlying sensitive laminae at the white line caused by fungi, anaerobic bacteria, yeast or a combination of either one. This results in a cavity that fills...

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