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2-coloured hooves may indicate a nutritional deficiency disease

2-coloured hooves may indicate a nutritional deficiency disease
2-coloured hooves may indicate a nutritional deficiency disease
Cow showing black pigment
Double muscled calf
Excessive hair on scrotum
Excessive hair on udder
Excessively short lower jaw
Giraffe skin - a sign of adaptability
Hollow back and Devil`s grip
Hooves curling inwards
Hooves differ in size
Hooves too open - pole shoe
Hormonal imbalance with poor confirmation indicating non fertile cow
Outgrowing hooves
Outgrowing hooves starting to break off in front
Over-muscled all over the body
Poor depth of heel
Poor tail attachment
Poor udder with unfavourable teat anatomy
Prominent brisket with fat deposit indicating non fertile cow
Severely straight hocks with stiff pasterns
Stiff pasterns with swollen fetlock joints
Straight hocks
Thick hide with skinfolds wide apart
Thin hide with skin folds close together
Transgendered heifer
Transgendered heifer
Typical arthrosis lesion at the stiffle joint
Typical skin folds associated with straight hocks
Udder with too little pigment
Unfavorable scrotum attachment - too long
Well developed horizontal subcutaneous Panninicus muscles on mid piece
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