Typical Farrier has Spent Half His or Her Life as a Farrier
The typical full-time farrier is 48 years old and has worked in the business for 24 years. This includes 20 years working as a full-time farrier.
By comparison, the typical part-time farrier is 46 years old and has worked 18 years in the business, with 14 years spent as a part-time farrier.
— 2018 American Farriers Journal Farrier Benchmark Study
When Addressing the Frog, Most Farriers Tend to …
|Options||% of Farriers|
|Trim it correctly||12%|
|Over trim it||65%|
|Don't trim it enough||23%|
— 2016 American Farriers Journal reader poll
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