Slaughterhouses can begin exporting horsemeat by year's end
Our historic farm to be part of Fort Collins 150 Exhibit at Museum of Discovery

If the shoe fits, print it

"We know that 3D printing has the potential to create so many advanced biomedical products, but rehabilitation of horses has been a completely new area of work..."
-- John Barnes, 3D printing expert,
 Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Cool idea. I especially liked the video that showed how the 3D "printing" was actually done. Still, based on the expensive look of the equipment and the experts, I'd say our little Bonnie will have to stick with her existing founder-survivor treatments, which are working well.

Read the full announcement and see the CSIRO video.