Online Extras: July/August 2022

This page lists material that supplements the July/August 2022 issue of American Farriers Journal.

Farriers Week

  • Farriers work hard year-round to provide quality hoof care for horses worldwide. To honor their dedication and service, American Farriers Journal created Farriers Week. In its 24th year, Farriers Week is an opportunity to recognize farriers for their contributions to the equine industry. Click Here

More Business Management Tips

  • Get more advice from farriers on limiting expenses building revenue during a time of inflation. Coming soon

Remembering Bill Miller

  • International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame members Bill Miller of East Olympia, Wash., and Hank McEwan of Langley, British Columbia, share advice that they amassed over nearly 100 combined years of shoeing. Click Here
  • The late Lee Liles of the National Museum of Horse Shoeing Tools and Hall of Honor discusses a shoe board that was made by fellow International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame member Bill Miller. Click Here
  • Bill Miller designed his own shoeing body to provide easy access to tools long before customized farrier rigs came the scene. Click Here

Gain more insight on Shoeing for a Living by:

  • Reading “Identifying the Equine Hot Spots” for considerations for determining where to set up your hoof-care business. Click Here
  • Reading “What Does a Barrel Horse Need to Succeed?” in which a rider and farrier share their thoughts on providing the mount with confidence to compete. Click Here
  • Reading “Shoeing Barrel Horses,” in which…
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