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This page lists material that supplements the May/June 2016 issue of American Farriers Journal.
(Supplements to the article "For The Love Of Shoeing And Teaching" on Page 22.)
Ontario farrier Ian McKinlay demonstrates his process for cleaning, lacing and patching a quarter crack. This is a common practice he uses to get a horse back on the track.
(Supplement to the article "Lacing And Patching Cracks: Still Getting Horses Back Into Competition" on Page 44.)
• The Importance Of Evaluating A Foot
• The Importance Of Finding The Center Of Rotation
• The Importance Of Making A Plan
• Shoe Size Selection
• Shoeing For Performance
• Getting The Client Involved In Hoof Care
(Supplement to the article "Trimming To The Center Of Rotation" on Page 62.)
(Supplement to the article "Be Part Of The Farriers Spotlight" on Page 65.)
Read about a therapeutic shoe option that can be made using a TIG welder…