A University of Missouri equine veterinarian has developed a way to detect horse lameness using a motion detection system called the “Lameness Locator." Now, Kevin Keegan, a professor of equine surgery in the College of Veterinary Medicine at MU, has found that his Lameness Locator can detect lameness earlier than veterinarians using the traditional method of a subjective eye test.

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