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Can the hoof be shod without limiting the hoof mechanism? A comparative study between barefoot, shoeing with conventional shoes and a split-toe shoe

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Dumoulin, Michèle, et al. “Can the Hoof Be Shod without Limiting the Hoof Mechanism? A Comparative Study between Barefoot, Shoeing with Conventional Shoes and a Split-Toe Shoe.” Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR Conference, 2019, pp. 121–121.
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Dumoulin, M., Brunsting, J., Haspeslagh, M., Oosterlinck, M., Lefère, L., & Pille, F. (2019). Can the hoof be shod without limiting the hoof mechanism? A comparative study between barefoot, shoeing with conventional shoes and a split-toe shoe. In Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR conference (pp. 121–121). Gent.
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Dumoulin, Michèle, Julie Brunsting, Maarten Haspeslagh, Maarten Oosterlinck, Laurence Lefère, and Frederik Pille. 2019. “Can the Hoof Be Shod without Limiting the Hoof Mechanism? A Comparative Study between Barefoot, Shoeing with Conventional Shoes and a Split-Toe Shoe.” In Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR Conference, 121–121.
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Dumoulin, Michèle, Julie Brunsting, Maarten Haspeslagh, Maarten Oosterlinck, Laurence Lefère, and Frederik Pille. 2019. “Can the Hoof Be Shod without Limiting the Hoof Mechanism? A Comparative Study between Barefoot, Shoeing with Conventional Shoes and a Split-Toe Shoe.” In Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR Conference, 121–121.
Vancouver
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Dumoulin M, Brunsting J, Haspeslagh M, Oosterlinck M, Lefère L, Pille F. Can the hoof be shod without limiting the hoof mechanism? A comparative study between barefoot, shoeing with conventional shoes and a split-toe shoe. In: Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR conference. 2019. p. 121–121.
IEEE
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M. Dumoulin, J. Brunsting, M. Haspeslagh, M. Oosterlinck, L. Lefère, and F. Pille, “Can the hoof be shod without limiting the hoof mechanism? A comparative study between barefoot, shoeing with conventional shoes and a split-toe shoe,” in Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR conference, Gent, 2019, pp. 121–121.
@inproceedings{8630438,
  author       = {Dumoulin, Michèle and Brunsting, Julie and Haspeslagh, Maarten and Oosterlinck, Maarten and Lefère, Laurence and Pille, Frederik},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings 6th VEPRA - 1st ECVSMR conference},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Gent},
  pages        = {121--121},
  title        = {Can the hoof be shod without limiting the hoof mechanism? A comparative study between barefoot, shoeing with conventional shoes and a split-toe shoe},
  year         = {2019},
}