There’s a Wide Range of Income Categories Among Full-Time Farriers
With an annual average income of $116,486, there’s a wide range of income categories among full-time farriers.
|Yearly Income Range||% of Farriers|
— 2020 American Farriers Journal Business Practices survey
What are the Four Major Issues Facing the Equine Industry?
|Major Equine Concerns||% of Owners|
|Cost of keeping horses||36%|
|Loss of trails and riding areas||30%|
|Competition for open space||28%|
— 2018 survey of 9,012 horse owners by American Horse Publications
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