An Invitation To Greatly Expand Your Hoof-Care Knowledge

Now more than ever, you need to address the critical footcare issues that can make you more efficient while improving your shoeing skills. With that goal in mind, we’ve asked farriers and equine vets to help us develop the highly intense program for the International Hoof-Care Summit.

With 47 1/2 hours of non-stop footcare learning, 43 speakers and in-depth learning on 53 specific topics, the goal of the Feb. 4 to 7 event in Cincinnati zeroes in on meeting your most pressing footcare needs while expanding your skills.

Besides choosing from 43 educational sessions, you’ll have the chance to see all the new products and supplies for 2004. With trade show hours that don’t compete with any educational sessions, you can get everything possible from all the learning opportunities. Equine vets and vet technicians can even earn continuing education credits.

The registration form offers a novel way that local farrier suppliers can help you shave $54 off the regular. After attending, you’ll head home with $100.85 of valuable reports to punch up your shoeing power.

Non-Stop Learning

After attending the Summit in Cincinnati, you’ll head home knowing:

  • How to use the latest ideas for treating both acute and chronic laminitis.
  • What trimming and shoeing strategies work best with all types of horses.
  • How to maximize your footcare revenue — and profits — in 2004.
  • How to save time and money with new products from Summit exhibitors.
  • Dozens of highly practical footcare tips gleaned from networking with shoers and equine vets…
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Frank lessiter

Frank Lessiter

Frank Lessiter has spent more than 50 years in the agricultural and equine publishing business. The sixth generation member to live on the family’s Centennial farm in Michigan, he is the Editor/Publisher of American Farriers Journal.

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