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It has been estimated that every lame cow costs between $800 and $1200 in lost production, extra labour, higher empty rates, and treatment costs - a cost a farmer simply doesn't need. It is therefore important that any lame cows are checked and treated at the first sign of lameness, and The Wrangler has been enabling farmers to quickly, easily, and safely assess a suspect hoof since 1995. Directors Wilco and Waverley Klein-Ovink were dairy farmers in the Eastern Bay of Plenty and regularly encountered situations where lame cows needed their hooves treated. Waverley, often drew the short straw to restrain the cow's hoof. "It could be extremely dangerous at times and led to a few near misses

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