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This page lists material that supplements the May/June 2020 issue of American Farriers Journal.
Understanding how costs change from another analysis by Pat Broadus written in 2018, "How Much Does It Cost You to Shoe a Horse?"
Reading a guide from California farrier and supply shop owner Adam Wynbrandt, "Understand What You Need to Charge."
Learning tips from Hall of Fame shoer Margie Lee Gustafson that she gained over her career in the article "How Much Should You Charge Per Horse?"
(Supplement to "Your Cost to Shoe a Horse Determines Your Financial Success" on page 18.)
(Supplement to "Trust the Product Before You Promote to Clients" on page 30)
Reading “Primary Education and the Need for an Apprenticeship,” in which Kentucky Horseshoeing School owner Mitch Taylor details what a farrier school graduate and a mentor should expect before starting a working relationship.
Watching “Running an Apprenticeship Program,” in which Burgaw, N.C., farrier Ritner Goff explains how he operates his apprentice program.
Reading “Establish Expectation with an Apprentice Early to Save Time,” in which…