Claw health on rubber floors with claw abrasion
Claw health on rubber floors with claw abrasion

Claw health on soft-abrasive floors

  • constant dorsal wall length of about 50°

  • less dermatitis digitalis

  • less Rusterholz sole ulcer incl. primary stages

  • less laminitis

  • tendency to less sole wall ulcers

  • tendency to less chronical hyperplasia (corns in the interdigital cleft)

  • less clinically lame animals

Soft-abrasive floors make it possible to maintain the physiologically correct claw form. The claws are considerably healthier!

ideal claw form for cows

Source: Günther, M., 2015

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