Confidence to trim

We provide tips and protocols that help you trim your cow’s hooves with ultimate confidence.

Effective products

We supply hoof care products that are antibiotic free and superb in lameness control.

Professional support

Your herd’s challenges are our expertise. Call us, we’ve got a professional hoof trimmer on our team.

We love all our clients – and they love us

“The knowledge and expertise of Diamond Hoof Care were essential to achieve hoof care success in our herd!”

Yannick Blanchette, La Presentation, QC

Dairy Producer, Ferme Richard Blanchette & Fils Inc.

“Dedicated people to improve the welfare of the dairy cows and always looking for new ways and new solutions.”

Dr. Emil Sabau, Picture Butte AB

Veterinarian, Emil Veterinary Services Ltd

We Strive to Share

Whether it is through our group workshops, personalized one-on-one sessions, or our articles on our blog, we are always looking for new methods and opportunities to share our knowledge and findings with the world (especially our fellow Canadian neighbours).

Talking with Australian lameness expert Peter Best

Talking with Australian lameness expert Peter Best

Lameness is a problem no dairy farmer can handle alone. As we at Diamond Hoof Care keep saying, hoof health should be a collective industry effort. That is, it should involve education, training, and knowledge sharing. Peter Best, an Australian lameness prevention and...

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Forage banking: no worries over summer feed supplies

Forage banking: no worries over summer feed supplies

As we all know, summer is a very busy time on the farm. It’s also a time when feed supplies get scarce and metabolic stress in cows is more common. In my hoof-trimming days, I had a client who told me that a “forage bank” had helped him eliminate stress on his farm....

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Slippery barn floors? Water to the rescue!

Slippery barn floors? Water to the rescue!

Slippery barn floors can make it quite the challenge to keep your cows on all fours. Concrete surfaces become smooth over time because of general wear. On hot summer days, floors caked with manure can lead to cow accidents and harm. The manure seems to just stick to...

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