[Video] BETTER BUSINESS PRACTICES: What Does It Cost You To Shoe Each Horse

The most common way that farriers gauge the profitability of their businesses is by determining what it costs to shoe each horse. The key to make this work is examining a complete picture. Kentucky farrier Pat Broadus and Indiana farrier Danvers Child will survey some of these often overlooked elements. They will also share some other factors you need to consider to make sure your practice is moving in the right direction financially.



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