Articles Tagged with ''Todd Allen''

Hoof-Care Professionals Get Ideas to Improve Their Everyday Work

Roundtables provide an opportunity to learn tips and techniques and apply them in their practice
The 16th annual International Hoof-Care Summit attracted a substantial collection of footcare professionals from vast cultures, ensuring a diversity of experiences, climates and techniques that can help attendees improve their hoof-care practices.
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2015 International Hoof-Care Summit

40 Ideas In 40 Minutes: Improving Income, Efficiency And Business Practices

There are endless ways to improve your practice. An idea of improved efficiency can save your time and health. A business tip may help you keep more of your hard-earned money. Often, great ideas in these areas come from other farriers who have picked them up along the way. Todd Allen of Vandergrift, Pa., Matt Cooper of Cleveland, Texas; and David Nicholls of West Sussex, England, will present their ideas for you to implement into your practice as soon as you get home. This fast-paced session allows each presenter 1 minute for each idea, so the presenters can cover as many ideas as possible in the time allowed.
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Online Extras: December 2015 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • Former Arkansas lawmaker offers advice for those wishing to change the veterinary practice act in their state.
  • Todd Allen provides further hoof-care insight.
  • Watch a video about Scott Lampert's Proportional Balance Protocol.
  • Read responses to the December Hoof-Care Email Q&A that didn't make it into print.
  • Watch a video of Sonny Pistilli showing a modified tool he uses for marking Nail Holes.
  • Read an old article of the late farrier Lim Couch's memories of Shoeing for Elvis.
  • Steve Kraus provides guidance for selecting which nail to use in your work.
  • Watch a video of equine veterinarian Amy Rucker describing how venograms can guide shoe selection in laminitic horses.

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25 Quick Tips For Improving A Practice

Three farriers share ideas for improvement that can be immediately built into a farrier practice
Farriers often look for ways to boost a practice. An idea of improved efficiency can save you time and health. A business tip may help you keep more of your hard-earned money. Often, some ideas are simple and overlooked. The best source is other farriers who have picked them up along the way.
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