Videos

Videos:

Watch: White Line Disease Video
Farrier and former Adjunct Professor at Cornell Veterinary Medical College and former Head of the Farrier Program at Cornell, Michael Wildenstein, CFJ, FWCF (Hons), discusses White Lightning® and its use in the treatment of Thrush and White Line Disease. Chlorine Dioxide (Cl O₂) is the active ingredient in White Lightning®, and has been demonstrated to be bactericidal, fungicidal, virucidal and sporicidal while remaining harmless to healthy tissue.

Watch: Heating and Reshaping Aluminum Horseshoes
Farrier and former Adjunct Professor at Cornell Veterinary Medical College and former Head of the Farrier Program at Cornell, Michael Wildenstein, CFJ, FWCF (Hons), demonstrates the correct way to heat and reshape aluminum horseshoes. He uses a portable forge, temperature-indicating sticks, soap, and paper to safely judge the proper temperature for working with aluminum horseshoes and prevent them from melting.

Watch: Repairing a Broken Aluminum Horseshoe
Farrier and former Adjunct Professor at Cornell Veterinary Medical College and former Head of the Farrier Program at Cornell, Michael Wildenstein, CFJ, FWCF (Hons), demonstrates how to repair broken aluminum horseshoes. Using a portable forge and welding rods he repairs an aluminum horseshoe without melting the shoe. It is recommended to view the video “Heating and Reshaping Aluminum Horseshoes” before viewing this video.

Watch: Welding Aluminum Horseshoes
Farrier and former Adjunct Professor at Cornell Veterinary Medical College and former Head of the Farrier Program at Cornell, Michael Wildenstein, CFJ, FWCF (Hons), demonstrates his tips and helpful hints for welding a bar into aluminum horseshoes. He uses a portable forge and welding rod with acetylene torch to accomplish this.