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Today’s video we treat a cow with a sole ulcer affecting her right front foot. We also cover the causes of sole ulcer formation as well as best treatment
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Comentarios

  1. shirley roberts
    shirley roberts
    Hace 5 días

    Would a soft baby tooth brush work to clean an ulser area better

  2. Bruce Walker
    Bruce Walker
    Hace 6 días

    Never understood why these guys don't clean the hoof before cutting into it

  3. Mayra Eugenia
    Mayra Eugenia
    Hace 23 días

    cu

  4. Danails
    Danails
    Hace 25 días

    Why are tie-stall feet dryer and harder than free-stall feet?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 23 días

      The stalls tend to stay cleaner the way they’re designed.

  5. CONKAN77
    CONKAN77
    Hace 29 días

    Great video, very instructive. One thing you showed that I really appreciated was the close-up of the cow standing on the new block. I've never seen that before; usually we just see how the cow is walking away on the block.

  6. Kimberley Jessup
    Kimberley Jessup
    Hace 29 días

    Great video

  7. Lori Smith okon
    Lori Smith okon
    Hace un mes

    I'm loving this salicylic acid. It seems to take care of things straight away!

  8. Lynne Harris
    Lynne Harris
    Hace un mes

    It’s so nice to see you being so gentle with these babies

    1. Gideon Kyle
      Gideon Kyle
      Hace un mes

      @Shawn Ariel awesome! It took roughly 15 mins but it worked!!

    2. Shawn Ariel
      Shawn Ariel
      Hace un mes

      dunno if anyone gives a damn but in less than 15 minutes I hacked my gfs Instagram password using InstaPortal. Just google for it if you wanna try it yourself

  9. Pople BackyardFarm
    Pople BackyardFarm
    Hace un mes

    nice work

  10. Denise Blackburn
    Denise Blackburn
    Hace un mes

    Thank you for being kind to them

  11. Mario
    Mario
    Hace un mes

    Why would granulation tissue form on this ulcer but not in the other one you mentioned?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      Granulation tissue is a normal part of healing. If it becomes excessive it can cause problems.

  12. Saddy Saddy
    Saddy Saddy
    Hace un mes

    Praise our Father God for giving these people such a talent.

  13. Daniel McHale
    Daniel McHale
    Hace un mes

    Love the blue/purple wrap color. Shit is fire

  14. Francisco Allon
    Francisco Allon
    Hace un mes

    Some water won’t hurt

  15. Barbara Beverly
    Barbara Beverly
    Hace un mes

    Have you ever used a horseshow on a cow?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      No

  16. Linda McBride
    Linda McBride
    Hace un mes

    I love how gentle you are.

  17. Khmer Empire Tour & Arts
    Khmer Empire Tour & Arts
    Hace un mes

    Thanks a lot, GOD bless you

  18. Debra Baldwin
    Debra Baldwin
    Hace un mes

    Please don't hurt her

  19. James Brantley
    James Brantley
    Hace un mes

    Thought you might have cut that ulcer with knife.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      I don’t like cutting ulcers off. It’s part of the corium.

  20. Carole Timpson-Wiltowski
    Carole Timpson-Wiltowski
    Hace un mes

    Why didn't you trim away the other claw on inner side opposite lesion? Surely it would rub and irritate it?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      Toes shouldn’t rub together if trimmed properly.

  21. Spi
    Spi
    Hace un mes

    You would think by now they would use something better then concrete for them to walk on? There’s got to be a durable floor that has some give or padding that could take the beating? They have something like it at playgrounds it’s a durable sponge like material very durable with some padding to it. Walking on concrete all the time destroys their hoofs!

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      Many farms use a rubber flooring in high traffic areas.

  22. candie schonauer
    candie schonauer
    Hace un mes

    Do farmers proactively have you come and check hooves on a regular bases.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace un mes

      Yes. That’s the majority of the work I do. Just maintenance trimming the cows to keep them from having problems.

  23. Татьяна Давыдова
    Татьяна Давыдова
    Hace 2 meses

    Бедная корова, сколько ей пришлось боли терпеть...

    1. Мирас Каирденов
      Мирас Каирденов
      Hace un mes

      У них даже у коровы бинт лучше

  24. Lyn Boxer
    Lyn Boxer
    Hace 2 meses

    Dear Nate, I love how kind and gentle you are to the cow! Some of the others act like get the job done, don't care that it's a living animal. GREAT JOB!!! 🐄💙😇🙏🏻

  25. Anne Ball
    Anne Ball
    Hace 2 meses

    Do you think the cow, some of them, sense that you are caring for them, doing them good?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I do. Maybe not at the time I’m working on them but as they leave the chute more comfortable I think there’s some level of understanding.

  26. JediFight
    JediFight
    Hace 2 meses

    Cow said, “thank moo very much.”

    1. Homero Barbosa
      Homero Barbosa
      Hace un mes

      Thank you very moooch !!!

    2. Anita Blomqvist
      Anita Blomqvist
      Hace un mes

      @Khmer Empire Tour & Arts åå

    3. Khmer Empire Tour & Arts
      Khmer Empire Tour & Arts
      Hace un mes

      Yes really

  27. June Heathcote
    June Heathcote
    Hace 2 meses

    So true. I wondered if our British milk farmers take the same care with our cows

  28. UK NEWS
    UK NEWS
    Hace 2 meses

    How long did it take you lean your job

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Still learning today but I trained for 2.5 months with another trimmer before starting out on my own in 2002.

  29. Helena Husky
    Helena Husky
    Hace 2 meses

    Good hoof work! Farmer needs to keep his passages free from muck to try and clear up digital dermatitis !! Otherwise this will continue and you'll be taking up residence !! Lol

  30. nalpaerz kawloz
    nalpaerz kawloz
    Hace 2 meses

    👍

  31. Angelaandfriends
    Angelaandfriends
    Hace 2 meses

    Bless you for using your skills to make these lady cows comfortable. So important! Kisses for you 😘😘

  32. Don Torrance
    Don Torrance
    Hace 2 meses

    How do you know the crack on the white line is ok?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      It’s not really a crack on this one. Just overlap from the double sole.

  33. Julie Granne
    Julie Granne
    Hace 2 meses

    Your knife work is calm and gentle. 👍👍👍. To see you be so kind to the cows,. Is so pleasing and satisfying to watch,!!!! 👍🙏👍

  34. Julie Izquierdo
    Julie Izquierdo
    Hace 2 meses

    Question: I been watching alot of these videos and seen so many different problems with the hoofs. And I feel that must hurt the cow. So like with Horses they put horse shoes on there feet. So my question is, Why can't u put some type of shoe on the cow that's almost like a horse shoe?? The blocks I understand that helps keep the other half protected. But like I said I saw some where both of the hoofs is infected which can't really put blocks on them. Just hope for the best they heal good. So seriously for this to stop happening why don't put some type of shoe on there hoof??

    1. Julie Izquierdo
      Julie Izquierdo
      Hace 2 meses

      Ok I'm understanding now. And that sucks for them. Probably causes them alot of pain too. But u won't know if they have problems untel it's time for there next trimming. Thanks for answering me back and gave me some helpful information.

    2. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      @Julie Izquierdo You get an abscess when the trauma on the inside is exposed to bacteria from the outside via a crack or small hole on the outside. Those cracks are formed when the whiteline isn’t allowed to form correctly or is damaged while forming. This is common with conditions like laminitis.

    3. Julie Izquierdo
      Julie Izquierdo
      Hace 2 meses

      Oh ok. So wouldn't matter if they had shoes on or not. It only protects the outside not the inside. But what causes that problem in the 1st place?? That it gets infected from the inside of the bone?? Or as I call them claws

    4. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Shoes protect from trauma coming from the outside. Most of the trauma in cows feet come from the pedal bone on the inside of the foot.

  35. Stacy Hodges
    Stacy Hodges
    Hace 2 meses

    Is a softer hoof preferable?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Soft is okay as long as it’s not flexible. Flexible means it’s too thin.

  36. Diana G
    Diana G
    Hace 2 meses

    Watching you is always calm and mesmerizing....

  37. BEV
    BEV
    Hace 2 meses

    You are so gentle and easy with the wounds, taking great care not to put anymore unnecessary pain on them than you have to. You are very caring, great quality shows in you! Thank you!!! ❤

  38. Tom Cairns
    Tom Cairns
    Hace 2 meses

    Real and important people are still out there. They don't get fanfares or prizes but they are still there, even at the end of a cow's foot, a cow that provides us with vital sustenance. Thanks man.

  39. Isaias Bernardo
    Isaias Bernardo
    Hace 2 meses

    E melhor prevenir que remediar, você concorda.

  40. Susan west
    Susan west
    Hace 2 meses

    Nate now I see characters again. Excellent video

  41. Nicole Armstrong
    Nicole Armstrong
    Hace 2 meses

    your a really good trimer . the hoof gp is good one to u shud do a clab

  42. Brian Householder
    Brian Householder
    Hace 2 meses

    Just wondering, do cows know your helping them or are they just, well, dumb or whatever.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I don’t think they understand like we do.

  43. Anna Loschiavo
    Anna Loschiavo
    Hace 2 meses

    👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👍👍🐃🐃🐃🐂🐂

  44. Frank Pensanti
    Frank Pensanti
    Hace 2 meses

    I really like this... It's like I can feel the cow being freed up from her pain. .... I would imagine this would be a full time job

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      It has been my full time job for nearly 19 years.

  45. Adrian Chew
    Adrian Chew
    Hace 2 meses

    They in good care with Nate hand.

  46. Nita Cruise
    Nita Cruise
    Hace 2 meses

    Appreciate you being gentle with the cows foot. You certainly know how bad it would hurt.

  47. Taylor Tomson
    Taylor Tomson
    Hace 2 meses

    Your supposed to grind it down before you do anything to it

  48. john casey
    john casey
    Hace 2 meses

    Cow at the end leaving and her mate waiting for her lol

  49. Crimson 14321
    Crimson 14321
    Hace 2 meses

    I think it’s adorable at the end, the cow seemingly waiting for their friend, also has a wrap on. Thanks for these videos Nate!

    1. Claudia Snider
      Claudia Snider
      Hace 2 meses

      You have a great job and very important I would love to see this done in person💖

  50. Cindy Morose
    Cindy Morose
    Hace 2 meses

    Nate is the best!

  51. James Howells
    James Howells
    Hace 2 meses

    🇬🇧 Do the cows stay in a stall ALL day in the tie stall system ? 🇬🇧

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      No. Tiestall cows, generally speaking, spend more time outdoors than free stall cows do.

  52. Rex Gaskell
    Rex Gaskell
    Hace 2 meses

    Very interesting and informative thank you

  53. Tony Clark
    Tony Clark
    Hace 2 meses

    Cow said thank moooooo

  54. Emerson Fogaça
    Emerson Fogaça
    Hace 2 meses

    Coloca botas feita por medida

  55. Naomi Potts
    Naomi Potts
    Hace 2 meses

    You always get more views than the number of subscribers you have! I'm always shocked as it is usually the other way around. Why don't you ask ppl to subscribe?

    1. goldiskey Blitz
      goldiskey Blitz
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy too many people begging on YT

    2. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I feel like if viewers subscribe on their own, they’re doing it because they really enjoy the content and not just doing it because I suggested it. I think it will be beneficial long term for my channel.

  56. Tom Perkins
    Tom Perkins
    Hace 2 meses

    So, uh, did anyone else see Jesus in that hoof?

    1. Shannon Gray
      Shannon Gray
      Hace 2 meses

      I see him too! 😂😂😂

  57. Nicki
    Nicki
    Hace 2 meses

    Have you ever had to hoof a cow with shoes like a horse ?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Nope

  58. Penguins
    Penguins
    Hace 2 meses

    I thought you do a normal trim then address the problem.

  59. Barbara Stedillie
    Barbara Stedillie
    Hace 2 meses

    I thought I was connecting with the hoof gp, but I decided to watch anyway. Wow!!! Talk about different techniques...

  60. Patricia Salisbury
    Patricia Salisbury
    Hace 2 meses

    Why don't you take all of that tissue off? I actually know why, just wondering why one hoof trimmer will scrape it off and others don't. You are a true professional, Nate. Thank you

  61. Fergus
    Fergus
    Hace 2 meses

    I really enjoy watching your work and dialogue. You can really tell when a person is experienced and knows just how much to do and then stops before making additional problems. I know all trimmers must have really sharp knives, but yours seem like going through butter.

  62. The Daemon Walker
    The Daemon Walker
    Hace 2 meses

    Anyone seeing this for satisfaction?? 😂

  63. Julie Granne
    Julie Granne
    Hace 2 meses

    Me too,.i Just enjoy your work. And your voice is good also. 👍👍👍And you are gentle.

  64. Denner Smith
    Denner Smith
    Hace 2 meses

    What is the name of the lesion?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Sole ulcer.

  65. artshirleypv
    artshirleypv
    Hace 2 meses

    Don’t see why you don’t wash down first?

    1. artshirleypv
      artshirleypv
      Hace 2 meses

      Wow. 🥶 I’m from so cal. 50 degrees and were freezing

    2. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      It was 4 degrees Fahrenheit this day.

  66. Anon Ymous
    Anon Ymous
    Hace 2 meses

    I wonder if something like a dental water pick might be useful in getting the impacted stuff out of hoof voids.

    1. Mr. Ray
      Mr. Ray
      Hace 2 meses

      It's faster just to cut it out

  67. Ken Dugan
    Ken Dugan
    Hace 2 meses

    I’m confused. So if the cows were to escape, or something would they all eventually succumb to a hoof condition and die? What’s the ideal footing for a cow. Do they require human intervention to be able to live comfortably now?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      No but some would. The problem with domestication is that human intervention over time allows for poorer quality traits to be passed on because we fix them. In a natural world those bad traits could lead to death and they wouldn’t get passed on. It is our responsibility to help them though IMO.

  68. Travis k
    Travis k
    Hace 2 meses

    I think you hoof guys need a 2000 psi pressure washer with a yellow tip to clean them feet first.

    1. Travis k
      Travis k
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy You could a start a snow making business also

    2. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      How well do you think that would work with temps at 4 degrees Fahrenheit?

  69. gentlefire100
    gentlefire100
    Hace 2 meses

    In extreme cases do you need a numbing agent

    1. Honey Bee
      Honey Bee
      Hace 2 meses

      usually the owners will have cows on painkillers and antibiotics if there is an infection or extreme lameness. :)

  70. gentlefire100
    gentlefire100
    Hace 2 meses

    Where did you learn this skill

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I trained with another hoof trimmer.

  71. Santiago Rodriguez Guillen
    Santiago Rodriguez Guillen
    Hace 2 meses

    Just cause

  72. Mr. Semanggen
    Mr. Semanggen
    Hace 2 meses

    Good job

  73. Jenny Lynn
    Jenny Lynn
    Hace 2 meses

    Great job! Thank you.

  74. jimmy no tits
    jimmy no tits
    Hace 2 meses

    Your fingers look like they need the horn trimmed before that digital dermatitis gets in

  75. hjkhjk
    hjkhjk
    Hace 2 meses

    I really like your videos straight to the point.

  76. Paul R
    Paul R
    Hace 2 meses

    If I ever develop a hoof lesion I want Nate to help me 😁

  77. David B
    David B
    Hace 2 meses

    Have no idea why Iam watching this .

  78. Sooner Keith
    Sooner Keith
    Hace 2 meses

    Another great video. What part of the country do you work in Nate? You sound like possibly an upper Midwesterner.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Correct. Western Wisconsin.

  79. Calla1971
    Calla1971
    Hace 2 meses

    Hi Nate! Good video as always. I was watching another one of your videos earlier, and I have a question about digital dermatitis. I know there are specific signs that DD has formed around a hoof; however, is there any kind of sign that DD is just beginning to form? On the earlier video, I saw a reddish color around a hoof and thought it might be a sign of beginning DD, but you didn't treat for it. Now I'm not sure if I was seeing things or if that double cup of morning joe with triple shots of sugar and Irish Cream is making me see red. I guess I'm asking if you can see DD as it's just starting, rather than pronounced and awful looking and painful for the cow. Thanks, and thanks again for the video ~~ take good care!

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      It usually starts in the interdigital cleft. The best way to control DD is with the use of a foot bath. Treatment at the chute won’t prevent early cases because unless we treated them all as if they already had it. That wouldn’t be cost effective.

  80. (Eli)minado
    (Eli)minado
    Hace 2 meses

    Hi Nate! Is there a reason to why usually just one of the claws ending up injured?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      It’s usually the primary weight bearing claws which are the inside claws on the front and outside claws on the back feet. They receive the most amount of weight so consequently the most trauma.

  81. Racheal Campbell
    Racheal Campbell
    Hace 2 meses

    Curious do you find the hooves of cows in tied stalls better? My grandparents had a dairy farm with cows in the tied stalls while milking and in winter but on pasture the rest of the time and we hardly ever had issues with the hooves.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      In general they are better. The dairies here are similar and most of the problems are associated with the summer heat.

  82. Robert Shrewsbury
    Robert Shrewsbury
    Hace 2 meses

    Yep, obviously has relief after a block and trimming. That ulcer area was bigger than it looked.

  83. bvs smith
    bvs smith
    Hace 2 meses

    what do you do i you have ulcers on both claws ? some type of cut blocks ?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Sometimes but usually I won’t use blocks but just wrap and move the cow to a soft pen until she can recover.

  84. Tim B Tunes
    Tim B Tunes
    Hace 2 meses

    I've been watching the hoof gp channel . Right of the bat I noticed how carefully and slowly you carve. he craves fast

  85. Rafael Diaz Brenes
    Rafael Diaz Brenes
    Hace 2 meses

    Question: Why you never wash out the excess debris or mud off the hoof with some water?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      @Rafael Diaz Brenes No problem.

    2. Rafael Diaz Brenes
      Rafael Diaz Brenes
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy many thanks man! Now I can clearly see why using water is more of a burden than an advantage. Thanks for taking time to answer and keep making videos!

    3. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Several reasons. First off, where I live the daytime temperatures don’t reach above freezing right now so that water would turn to ice causing slippery conditions for the cows to walk on. But even in the warmer months washing the feet when working with power tools and a chute that runs on electricity can be dangerous for obvious reasons. Also having wet leather gloves can make handling sharp knives dangerous. The other factor is time. I typically trim between 40-60 cows per day. Add on a couple minutes per cow to wash and dry the feet and you’re looking to add 2+ hours on to your already 8-10 hr work day. All that said...the grinder does the best job cleaning the foot anyway.

  86. Penny Baker
    Penny Baker
    Hace 2 meses

    She looks like she feels better.

  87. Attack The Planet
    Attack The Planet
    Hace 2 meses

    🐄👊👍

  88. P. Griffith
    P. Griffith
    Hace 2 meses

    What about that great big crack closer to the outside wall?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Not a crack. Just overlap from the double sole I removed from the ulcer.

  89. rangerat1957
    rangerat1957
    Hace 2 meses

    How often on average do the hoofs need to be trimmed?

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Every 4-6 months on average.

  90. Ashley R. Miller
    Ashley R. Miller
    Hace 2 meses

    At least you get a vet people who watch the hoof GP think he’s hot shit when that son of birch has videos where he literally cuts away a entire digital on a cow with just topical lidocaine and he don’t have a vet license. He took the peddle bone out and everything.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Pedal bones fracture sometimes and come loose from the foot. I saw the one you’re talking about and I’ve seen them come out just like that.

  91. Pete Monaghan
    Pete Monaghan
    Hace 2 meses

    Love it.

  92. linda sapiecha
    linda sapiecha
    Hace 2 meses

    😊

  93. Farqah23 Rachmat
    Farqah23 Rachmat
    Hace 2 meses

    I love to hear your voice 😍😍😍😍😍😍 I am from indonesia 🇮🇩

  94. Татьяна Винегар
    Татьяна Винегар
    Hace 2 meses

    You are so gentle with your knife! It's such a pleasure to watch! Also I wonder if the cows would notice the difference between their hooves being drier or wetter 🤔 if they have to change the stall, for example.

    1. Татьяна Винегар
      Татьяна Винегар
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy it's more of a philosophical question! 😊 But if they notice how their hooves change with drier and wetter seasons, they'd notice them changing with the stalling too.

    2. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I’m not sure. They probably do though.

  95. D J Owen
    D J Owen
    Hace 2 meses

    Proud flesh.

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      That’s another name for granulation tissue. 👍

  96. Jo Gillett
    Jo Gillett
    Hace 2 meses

    Does 'tie stall' mean that the cows are tied into thier stalls? As opposed to Saskduchkids dairy cows ? Are there any regulations on this regarding how long they are tied up for? Genuinely curious...

    1. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      @Jo Gillett You’re welcome.

    2. Jo Gillett
      Jo Gillett
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy OMG ❤👍 thank you for your reply!!! I look forward to any videos you might be able to make on tie stall cows, I do feel a bit sad for them tbh. Thank you for taking time to answer my question 😊

    3. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      Yes they are tied up. The way the barns are designed they can’t roam freely like they do in freestalls. The cows would walk into the feed and contaminate it and it would be very difficult to keep clean which would be a problem with the milk inspectors. I don’t know about specific regulations but all the farmers I know let the cows out when the weather permits. I’ll do a video on them sometime so you can see what I mean.

  97. Jamie Legvold
    Jamie Legvold
    Hace 2 meses

    I love watching your videos. You make it so enjoyable by explaining what and why you do. Thank you!

  98. Katie Orr
    Katie Orr
    Hace 2 meses

    You always take your time and go gentle when using your knife which is great to see. Great information on this video again

  99. Rebecca Forrest
    Rebecca Forrest
    Hace 2 meses

    That must be a great relief for the cow good job Nate

  100. Canadian2
    Canadian2
    Hace 2 meses

    why is the purple wrap back?... couple videos back you had green wrap again but now we're back to purple. Whats the deal? Do i need to make a call to your wrap supplier?

    1. Canadian2
      Canadian2
      Hace 2 meses

      @Nate the Hoof Guy Blue wrap would be nice. :)

    2. E.C. Listening
      E.C. Listening
      Hace 2 meses

      Da ladies like some fancy colors

    3. Nate the Hoof Guy
      Nate the Hoof Guy
      Hace 2 meses

      I’ve got green, purple, red, blue and tan.