Each day, American Farriers Journal encounters a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at an aspect of the equine industry. Our favorite content for "This Week" is aggregated here. We hope it offers a useful tip to improve your hoof-care business, expands your knowledge by giving you something new to ponder, or entertains you when you need a break most.

Down & Dirty, Ep. 6

Heartland Horseshoeing School students engage in friendly competition while expanding their skills.

Spring Grazing Guidelines

University of Minnesota Equine Extension advises waiting until grass is 6-8 inches before beginning a daily incremental grazing schedule to prevent laminitis and colic.

Overcoming Barriers as a Female Farrier

Abby Bunyard, AWCF, of Dorset, England, talks with FEI about her 30 years as a farrier and breaking into a male-dominated field.

Therapeutic Shoeing for Laminitis

Idaho Horseshoeing School demonstrates shoeing a foundered horse with a broken coffin bone.

Small Steps Necessary for Big Improvement

Getting 1% better at a skill or passion every day will lead to a large yearly improvement with the right drive and motivation.


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