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It’s been said that “success doesn’t come and find you, you have to go out and get it.” That’s been the mentality for my farrier business. I’m always striving to do better, learn more and improve.
Everyone wants to make more money than they did the previous year. Through the time of working from my first rig to my current setup, striving to do better has allowed me to eventually become more profitable and improve. I will explain how I decreased my overhead and increased my profit by improving my versatility as a practitioner.
It costs a lot of money to buy all of the variations, sizes and models of shoes and carry them in your rig. It’s inventory that you’re carrying around that you might not be using. There’s money in decreasing overhead, but we still need shoes. If you’re not building them, you still need a keg shoe.