How Much Do Farriers Charge For Extra Shoeing Work?
When it comes to extra items, full-time farriers charge an average of $14.48 per shoe for clips, $15.52 for trailers and $$15.90 for rockered or square toe shoes. General forge work is billed at $77.85 per hour.
— 2018 American Farriers Journal Farrier Benchmark Study
How Often do Clients Ask Farriers for Nutritional Advice?
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— Survey of 2018 International Hoof-Care Summit attendees
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