Re: Cornell Results: G/I ratio good but ACTH increased?


Laura -

WL separation is an indication in many cases of nutritional deficiencies.  

BUT, especially in the quarters areas, it may simply be that the wall and callused sole have grown above the natural 'end' of the WL. WL develops only to connect the live sole with the wall, and no more.  If the wall and callused sole are a few millimeters above the natural WL, there will appear to be a little valley between the two.  Some will make the assumption it is a pathologic separation, but it usually is as above.

EC Primary Response
West Coast
May 2004

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