16 feb 2021
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Follow my life on farms in south west Scotland, working not as a veterinarian, but as a professional hoof trimmer.

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  • Thank GOD you are there to help them, I had no idea that hoofs could get in bad shape like you have shown me ,good job. Thanks for making the videos

    Debra Lynn TealDebra Lynn TealGiorno fa
  • Brill as per norm guys, it's such a relief when we see such great results

    Dodge76Dodge76Giorno fa
  • Poor girl. How hard is a cows hoof? When your cleaning you make it look so easy.

    Sidney RuloSidney Rulo3 giorni fa
  • So happy I can watch your videos again

    Miss WrenchinitupMiss Wrenchinitup4 giorni fa
  • Graeme how do you know when wrapping is needed instead of just cleaning and iodine spray

    Linda QuinterosLinda Quinteros5 giorni fa
  • Why’s it not wrapped Graeme?

    SpartsSparts5 giorni fa
  • Well, that problem which the cows have are just exists cause they are standing in their own shit all day long? Because making big profits is more important as nursing or taking care of the animals like species-appropriate housing how the farmers do in the end...?

    Rudi KrausRudi Kraus5 giorni fa
    • @Rudi Kraus Standing in rain soaked pastures isn't good for them either, potentially, it's MUCH worse.

      alistair clementalistair clement3 giorni fa
    • My granny and granpa got a big farm also with Land many ha. And the got same Probleme with their cows. In my opinion they should bring them outside and just in for milking them. Better as ständig with infected feet in their own shit.

      Rudi KrausRudi Kraus3 giorni fa
    • Plenty of cows get hoof abscesses without being kept indoors, don't pretend you know what you're talking about.

      alistair clementalistair clement3 giorni fa
  • Auto subtitles for português (Brasil) please! Thank's.

    Lucas FrançaLucas França6 giorni fa
  • If you totally lose the hoof, my dog will take it

    Leilani ZLeilani Z7 giorni fa
  • Me Gusta mucho lo que ase pro noce ingles i pues sería bueno k colocaras letras para entender

    Luis Eduardo Sandoval LopezLuis Eduardo Sandoval Lopez7 giorni fa
  • Does it hurt the animal when you go over one the sores?

    Samm EatonSamm Eaton7 giorni fa

    Callum BrownCallum Brown7 giorni fa
  • Nice

  • I have a question that’s probably been answered before. Why don’t you dig out/clean out the abscess? I’ve noticed everyone usually leaves it there

    Kiara MotenKiara Moten8 giorni fa
    • He does

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • God bless you and the wonderful job you do for these beautiful animals

    Francis MedinaFrancis Medina8 giorni fa
  • I sometimes ask my self why I watch this knowing that I have a fear of blood

    Darianny VerasDarianny Veras8 giorni fa
  • i live on a farm my dad does this all the time i have seen it so many times and still almost pukes xd

    Mölker StalinMölker Stalin8 giorni fa
  • Genuine question from a townie - why doesn't all the dirt and what looks like manure get washed off before any work is done. Doesn't having all that crud around increase the risk of infection?

    Shenna LimShenna Lim8 giorni fa
    • I'm not an expert by any means, so this is just an idea, but if a cow is in muck all day and is just going back to the muck afterwards, cleaning seems a little pointless, maybe the cows have evolved past that. in standard videos of his where he's just trimming, most of the bottom muck gets shaved away anyways. unless there's a serious problem, then I've seen him clean and disinfect them.

      Lian TrowbridgeLian Trowbridge7 giorni fa
  • I don't know what or how a cow's foot is formed. So bless this veterinarian for his expertise, and for healing this cow without pain.

    Jeffrey TongJeffrey Tong9 giorni fa
    • Whatever his title, his skill in healing this cow is incredible.

      Jeffrey TongJeffrey Tong7 giorni fa
    • He's actually not a Vet. He's a professional cow hoof trimmer.

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • It’s funny to hear you call them the “claw” I’m used to horses, but I guess two toed animals are more like claws than hooves. I guess it helps to not just say “hoof” a hundred times in a row.

    julia Foxjulia Fox9 giorni fa
  • I saw what he.did there 00:10

    Christoper DasentChristoper Dasent9 giorni fa
  • I'm sure that hurt

    Tequan RushTequan Rush9 giorni fa
  • man that is horobl

    Treie YayTreie Yay9 giorni fa
  • Legend

    Sean CoombesSean Coombes10 giorni fa
  • The fact that you specifically asked to see her to make sure she was doing well melts my heart it shows that you really care about all your patients!

    Sis CSis C10 giorni fa
  • Thanks for the update on her condition. I know I can’t be the only one who, while waiting for the coffee to finish brewing this morning, idly wondered how cow 817 is doing...

    Mary PhalenMary Phalen10 giorni fa
  • The Hoof GP: "so we can see there's some congealed pus just there" me watching this in the bath drinking a can of pop: looks closer

    Taisha PickeringTaisha Pickering10 giorni fa
    • That's living the life

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • *_I gained so much weight during covid & if i had kept going like that i'd need a crusher to get my shoes on. I flew to Dublin from Oklahoma to be with my parents who i was convinced were going to die along with every other older person in the world because of their age. [that didn't happen] so all my brothers & sisters are below 45, i'm 39 & both parents in their late 60's. Thankfully the world didn't end but due to flights been cancelled, lock downs etc, i decided to finish out 2020 there so i wasn't as active as i usually am. My wife & kid's looked after the homestead~We have 360 acres but most of that is woods, so its really just an area the size of a couple of football fields that is worked with miles of woods around us. We got a pasture, 2 barns, some sheds & our home, all inside of electrified honeycomb fencing to keep out the coyotes, bobcats & even the odd mountain lion [plus some bears i hear but doubt it]. So my boys have done great. I just knew they would use up a ton of our .556 & 7.62 ammo out muckin about but i cant complain, the walk-in freezer is half full. Grrrr_*

  • He should be allowed to administer anastasia.. poor animals... they feel pain..

    Som HalderSom Halder10 giorni fa
  • When a cow has 2 blocks, would they have the “first time in high heels” wobbly walk? Or do they notice any difference?

    Cindy DavisCindy Davis10 giorni fa
  • Man your killing me you got to start hitting them with peroxide we want TOO SEE THE FoAmmmMM. Bet views would jump too

    CSX2586 Rail Rider RabyCSX2586 Rail Rider Raby10 giorni fa
  • I never in a million years would have had any idea how interesting this is.

    cathikercathiker10 giorni fa
  • Таким образом он себе вырежет ляшку на сосиски,помаленьку,помаленьку и корова без ляшки.

    Юрий БольшаковЮрий Большаков10 giorni fa
  • I notice that most of the work you do is on dairy cattle. Are dairy cattle more prone to hoof problems or are you in an area where dairy cattle are more populous?

    Mary KiddMary Kidd10 giorni fa
  • *Looks at chunk of peeled off detached hoof* “Nice!”

    Morgan HofmannMorgan Hofmann10 giorni fa
  • Ничего не понятно, но очень интересно....

    Игнат ВерхотуровИгнат Верхотуров10 giorni fa
  • How is your hand doing?

    SGC1972 gleatonSGC1972 gleaton11 giorni fa
  • She looked like she was going to dance

    LINDA ScottLINDA Scott11 giorni fa
  • I love these videos of yours. 👍🏽 The production and editing is very good and your enjoyment Brings is joy! 🤗✌🏽❤️

    phyllis moorephyllis moore11 giorni fa
  • I liked the music on this one 👌

    Raxxla SmaxxlaRaxxla Smaxxla11 giorni fa
  • Great job.. Love your videos

    Johnny BaughmanJohnny Baughman11 giorni fa
  • finally. an asmr without sound.

    Xx MythicalMemerXxXx MythicalMemerXx11 giorni fa
    • idk what about u this sounds like an asmr

      Xx MythicalMemerXxXx MythicalMemerXx11 giorni fa
  • Thanks for keeping me company in the recovery room for abdominal surgery. So soothing to watch a cow become a lot less painful. All I can say for me is thank the powers that be for painkillers. Love from the Canadian prairies

    MaliceMalice11 giorni fa
  • There is a soap maker on ITworlds (I Dream In Soap) that always uses “Way way back” in her videos. It was very confusing to me to hear this song on your video as well! I had to look twice to make sure I clicked the right video! 😁 Love the follow-up video! Thanks for taking us along.

    Ann’s Warm FuzziesAnn’s Warm Fuzzies11 giorni fa
  • That is cringe worthy, and as a cna I've helped nurses tend decubitus wounds on the elderly. 😵

    Tracy DimondTracy Dimond11 giorni fa
  • I'm new here... My eyes are bulging out of my head.... Wth? Holy crap!! How can you just scrap away her hoof?! (I'm just shocked.... Not actually questioning your work. I know you know what you're doing.)

    Danielle CDanielle C11 giorni fa
    • Hoof is like fingernails. It doesn't hurt to scrape the horn.

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • Thank you very much for the follow up video!

    klemiceklemice11 giorni fa
  • Nice

  • Pro tip: you’re reading this comment

    Dean BillmanDean Billman11 giorni fa
  • What I wanna know is... do you often get cases where the foot (and therefore the cow) just cannot be saved? (And hello from NZ... not gonna lie, I dont like cows - I'm a horse and sheep person! - bit I doooo love watching these videos!)

    Megan ExelbyMegan Exelby11 giorni fa
  • You sir are amazing,

    Rick NewmanRick Newman11 giorni fa
  • 👍

    Ekaterina GaleevaEkaterina Galeeva11 giorni fa
  • Can I ask what is the name of the song and artist you use as your theme tune please, thanks x

    Ruth BulloughRuth Bullough11 giorni fa
  • What is that red stuff you sprayed

    Kamaljit DhesiKamaljit Dhesi11 giorni fa
    • Iodine, he also said it

      HawkbloodHawkblood11 giorni fa
  • Another cow loves him ❤

    Gitte HansenGitte Hansen12 giorni fa
  • Awwwww poor girl, i cant imagine how much that hurt.. cows are so innocent.. ty for helping her!!!

    talkingalwayztalkingalwayz12 giorni fa
  • Would a touch of “magical paste” help? Or just iodine to help harden and dry it up?

    Susan SmithSusan Smith12 giorni fa
    • There's no infection, so I would think just iodine will be fine.

      alistair clementalistair clement11 giorni fa
  • Graeme, please do a video with your full Scottish accent!!! Can't wait for the merch!

    Justine TrueloveJustine Truelove12 giorni fa
  • Just the pick-me-up I needed after the day I had. Glad the dairy farmers and you were there to look after her!

    lalaithgilannalalaithgilanna12 giorni fa
  • Always a pleasure watching these videos

    Brandon MorenzoniBrandon Morenzoni12 giorni fa
  • Another great video!

    Bonnie MarronBonnie Marron12 giorni fa
  • OooOooo! Thank you for the follow up, still looks pretty bad but definitely healing and in the right track! 👍

    Evelyn RojasEvelyn Rojas12 giorni fa
  • Please give another update on this cow. We love watching the positive progressive videos. Thank you!

    Gary MartinGary Martin12 giorni fa
  • I actually studied to understand ur vids more

    lily turnquistlily turnquist12 giorni fa
  • hello nice work

    lily turnquistlily turnquist12 giorni fa
  • how can they heal at all when they are walking in shit all day...that's soo unsanitary.

    poofykinspoofykins12 giorni fa
  • QUESTION: How do you know when to do the paste and wrap and when not to do either? I was honestly expecting the paste.

    M_L_E KM_L_E K12 giorni fa
    • It depends if there is dermatitis or not

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • i don't mean to be rude but her hoof is full of feces... could that lead to an infection??

    S. B.S. B.12 giorni fa
  • What did they do for cows hooves before blocks and adhesive?

    JT CoreyJT Corey12 giorni fa
    • @Sharona Maynard Yes, blocks but instant set adhesive? What dId they do when adhesive took a long time to set?

      JT CoreyJT Corey6 giorni fa
    • Well they have wooden blocks and adhesive has been around for thousands of years

      Sharona MaynardSharona Maynard7 giorni fa
  • What an amazing difference to her hoof! I find myself making comments during the video such as "I'm very well pleased with her progress." You are a true gem and blessing to these cows and the farmers, Graeme!

    Heather PetersHeather Peters12 giorni fa
  • I honestly have no idea why I am watching this, never had cows, never will. But I am addicted and every time I watch your videos I feel better. Love your energy and the care for your "customers". Love from germany, keep going and all the best to you and your family in your new house. Looking forward to you having livestock of your own.

    Einafets IrrepEinafets Irrep12 giorni fa
  • It really is heartwarming to see how much you care Graeme 👍

    Adam BradleyAdam Bradley12 giorni fa
  • With every video of yours that I watch I’m more and more grateful that people like you are out here looking after farm animals.

    Boe Dahlia-HarveyBoe Dahlia-Harvey12 giorni fa
  • 😸😸😸

    Darice NorburnDarice Norburn12 giorni fa
  • When do you spray with Iodine and when do you use Embryonic paste?

    Joan HazlewoodJoan Hazlewood12 giorni fa
  • Porque no le colocan dos de esas placas de plastico en todas las pesuñas para que no se lastimen

    juan muñozjuan muñoz12 giorni fa
  • So this video showed up in my reccomended videos for some reason. I do not own any livestock and have never looked up anything remotely close to this video. Fast forward 45min later and Im on my 3rd such video, they're just so fascinating lol 😆

    Steven VenskoSteven Vensko12 giorni fa
  • Cow in high heel

    igorigor12 giorni fa

    Peanut OreoPeanut Oreo12 giorni fa
    • @Peanut Oreo But the foot will be straight back in the slurry when he lets her go, plus what is on the hoof, is long gone by the time he reaches the infection.

      alistair clementalistair clement12 giorni fa
    • @alistair clement Because poop is unsanitary and if the cow has an infected hoof, the poop on its hoof could prevent healing.

      Peanut OreoPeanut Oreo12 giorni fa
    • The cow doesn't care, so why do you?

      alistair clementalistair clement12 giorni fa
  • That’s just lovely ! 😊

    Honey BlossomAUHoney BlossomAU12 giorni fa
  • Brilliant work, I bet Mrs cow showed off her new stiletto to her friends afterwards. 😀😀 Assuming Pt III will be in a fortnight then???

    Tiny Tony MaloneyTiny Tony Maloney12 giorni fa
  • Somewhere in my mind, “horn” is inherently indestructible. So these videos continuously blow my mind. And I find the notion of cows in high-heels terrifically amusing (even if that isn’t technically the case). On behalf of everyone (of any species) who has ever suffered from severe foot pain, thank you!

    Sarah PriceSarah Price12 giorni fa
  • oh god poor baby girl :( that one made me cry

    Oriya VianneOriya Vianne12 giorni fa
  • At 2:33 "THAT'S A KEEPER"!!! Anybody like gold?

    Cracker !Cracker !12 giorni fa
  • I can hear the empathy you have for the animals in your care...... Crack on and good job mate!

    Mark-Fredrick BradleyMark-Fredrick Bradley12 giorni fa
  • Do you have to disinfect your tools between cows?

    Sam de JesusSam de Jesus12 giorni fa
  • That was hard to watch but damn, you're a miracle worker.

    GusChigginsGusChiggins12 giorni fa
  • So good to see how much you help these girls

    AimeeAimee12 giorni fa
  • Glad she is recovering so well. I'm sure you save a lot of cows a lot of lain being so diligent, not to mention vet bills & time.

    Dawn MasonDawn Mason12 giorni fa
  • When I owned cattle and one got to this state, which mine rarely did. Why? I didn't overload my facilities where the cows walked around in that soupy shitz all day. After trimming and block put the cow on some dry ground and don't let her walk around in that god awful mess 24/7. The most amazing thing i see in this video is that every cow doesn't have some sort of foot issue.

    Barry RhoadsBarry Rhoads12 giorni fa
  • Hey Mr. Hoof GP 😃 I have thougt a little time about whether writing this comment or not. Recently stumbled over an older one of your videos, where you were still using the WPOA crush. Since then, a lot has changed! The New Appleton Steel, you wearing face shields for protection, Craig working with you, the renovation of the house.... When you look back at those less recent videos, you might ask yourself, how you managed to get so much work done under these conditions, and you must feel very happy, about things having turned so much to the better for you, and having the Appleton. There is one thing, that hasn't changed though. Despite trimming discs are getting sharper and more aggressive every day, there is no more security measures for your fingers, which are closest to your most powerful cutting tool, the grinder. Or at least, I haven't been able to spot any. As you told us in the last streamed video, you once had an accident with the grinder, and that your hand (also the recently burnt one) has properly healed up : Can you try to keep your hands in this good shape and maybe weld a bar, or something, which would restrict your fingers sliding into the grinders disc? I know it might be difficult to attach to the grinder's handle. But I hope, it is possible to do, without it bothering you whilst modelling out the insides of the claws. When I have a look at your new videos, this is the only thing that I am left worrying about. Stay safe, over there on the green island! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    Iris GallatiIris Gallati12 giorni fa
  • I bet making and editing these ITworlds videos has helped become better at his job.

    John-Paul SilkeJohn-Paul Silke12 giorni fa
  • You really do care !!!

    welshpete12welshpete1212 giorni fa
  • I’m curious about trimming the horns. Was this done a hundred years ago? Or is this done now because they walk on cement and hard surfaces now and not open fields and dirt barn floors?

    blklbluvrblklbluvr12 giorni fa
    • I’m curious to though he has trimmed ones who have never been on cement and they still got issues

      Jesababe LuxxJesababe Luxx12 giorni fa
  • A cow's* foot. It's the foot of the cow. Use a possessive noun, not a plural.

    zavatonezavatone12 giorni fa
    • To be fair, he wasn't expecting a visit from the grammar police.

      alistair clementalistair clement12 giorni fa
  • Amazing job! That makes me so happy to see an animal not in pain and doing well. You do such an amzing job and really care.

    Laurie GrimmettLaurie Grimmett12 giorni fa
  • the cow does not hurt?

    eric salioteric saliot12 giorni fa
  • Thank you so much for sharing! I appreciate knowing how she is!

    Sophie CollardSophie Collard12 giorni fa
  • spoko gra

    Enduro BikeEnduro Bike12 giorni fa
  • This was as satisfying as the pussy one. I love tge gorey ones

    smilersmiler12 giorni fa