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Six years ago, Wes Meyer was trimming and shoeing a lot of horses and making good money. Yet, the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., farrier’s practice wasn’t doing as well as it should be. Meyer was chasing outstanding payments, his inventory was too high and his horses were losing shoes. He recognized the need for an improved way of doing business.
Meyer’s fortunes changed when he met Coshocton, Ohio, and Wellington, Fla., farrier Dave Farley and his wife Karen.
“That one dinner that I had with Dave and his wife in Wellington made the difference,” Meyer says. “He was a key factor in stepping up my game. His willingness to share his experiences made me feel comfortable enough to ask him anything, almost as if he were a family member.”