How can crushed heels be fixed?
Here is a recent conversation I had regarding crushed heels.
A: In a situation like this you really have to be aggressive when you trim the heels. It's hard to get some farriers to do it, but it has to be trimmed back where the horn starts to bend and run under, (You should be able to see the bend). This has to be kept up maybe on a shorter trimming cycle. You don't have take a lot off the bottom just keep bring the heels back.
Once the foot does this for a long time, it is really hard to retrain the horn to grow in a strait line. As for the Biotin, I would find a well rounded supplement, not just Biotin. It alone really does no good, it needs other minerals and vitamins to work.