Incisor Extractions

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This is a horse with EOTRH where all but 1 incisor was extracted. This is the horse 6 month later consuming grass as well as any horse.


This video is of a horse with normal incisors where you can see how a horse harvests grass in slow motion.


This horse harvests grass easily without the front of the lower jaw and all the lower incisors, gone after surgery for an invasive tumor.


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