Here’s Your Own Kitchen-Table Clinic On Shoeing Tools, Supplies

Since readers continually ask for more detailed information on shoeing supplies and tools, we’ve expanded our annual publishing schedule to eight issues. The result is the all-new and highly innovative 120-page “bonus” tools and supplies issue that you are holding in your hands.

Packaged in an extraordinary format that has never been seen before in this industry, this issue zeroes in on tools and shoeing supplies like no other publication, convention or clinic has ever done. The goal is to help you shoe more efficiently, get more performance from your tools and “bank” more dollars.

This issue offers a valuable combination of articles on product usage along with valuable “how-to” ideas on getting more performance from your shoeing tools and supplies.

We Listened!

Many of the ideas for this issue came from in-depth discussions that our staff held over the past 9 months with readers. Farriers in these sessions requested more product information and wanted to learn about everything available in the market before drawing their own conclusions as to what products and shoeing techniques will work best for them.

As an example, here’s what several readers said about the need for more extensive product information.

  • “I’ve wanted something like this new issue for a long time that is jammed with detailed product information and ‘how-to’ product ideas that I can put to immediate use,” says Brent Brown of Gorham, Maine.
  • “Since not everyone makes it to all the meetings and conventions, it’s essential to learn about new products in…
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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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