International Hoof-Care Summit

59 Hours of Non-Stop Learning!

Be part of next winter’s International Hoof-Care Summit ... where the pros go for hoof-care knowledge

With 59 hours of in-depth presentations and discussions highlighted in eight general sessions, 12 Hoof-Care Classrooms and 24 Hoof-Care Roundtables, International Hoof-Care Summit attendees have told us not to be making major revisions in what they feel is an extraordinary combination of in-depth educational opportunities. Even so, we’ve come up with a few minor changes to make this 4-day educational opportunity even more valuable to you.

Featuring a theme of “Spotlight On Hoof Care,” the fifth annual Summit is being held in Cincinnati, Ohio, from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, 2008.

More “How-To” Knowledge

To expand your product knowledge and hoof-care skills, next winter’s Summit will provide an exciting look at the latest how-to tips and tricks in six right-to-the-point presentations on specific footcare techniques. These presentations may include techniques such as how to more effectively dry a foot for glue-on shoes, how to cast a hoof or how to map out the most efficient weekly appointment schedule.

This is one more way of zeroing in on a “how-to” approach to help Summit attendees make more efficient use of many new footcare techniques.

Still More Exciting Speakers

Several more speakers have been added to the Summit program in the past few weeks. Full details on all speakers and the entire 4-day program will be mailed with the November AFJ issue.

New speakers and their topics include:

  • Ropin’, Ridin’ And Slidin’ — Shoeing To Keep Them Sound! — Troy Kerr, Boone , Colo.
  • Why Flares Are Your Biggest Footcare Enemy —…
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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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