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    You can see the dew claw on his right front hoof in this picture.
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    Nice bull! Never seen one with drop tines on its feet before!

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    BleuBijou, I love that bull! Crimson Arrow, no, hoof rot is a bacterial infection, and doesn't cause an animals hooves to grow, though animals with over grown hooves are more likely to acquire hoof rot, especially if living in a wet area, where other animals with hoof rot have been

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    That is crazy
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    my guess is the elk spent a lot of time in the sand dunes
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    I seen that once!!! Off an elk in NM. Strangest ever, the ones I'd seen were not that long but still longer than normal.

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    Not sure if it's the same but just saw this so I thought I would add it the this thread.
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    That is hoof rot. SW Washington has been having a big problem with it the last few years. I dont think it is the cause of the long dew claws because the feet look healthy and normal other then the long dew claws.

 

 

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