Articles Tagged with ''Veterinarian''

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Tufts Delves Into Drafts

Tightly focused event delivers big on big horses
If you wanted to know more about shoeing draft horses or other large breeds and weren't in attendance at a recent seminar held at the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in North Grafton, Mass., you missed a great opportunity.
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Shoeing For A Living

Shoeing In The Green Mountains

Vermont farrier plies his trade in picturesque setting
It's late March in Vermont. The temperatures are slowly rising, melting more and more of the snow and ice that has held the valleys, peaks and ridge lines in its grip during the winter months.
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Legal Notes For Shoers

Farrier Malpractice — What You Need to Know

Because we live in a litigious society, you’ve got to be aware of the law
You just opened a letter written by a lawyer, and it accuses you of malpractice. The lawyer was hired by one of your customers named Bill.
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Advice From The Top

One of the best things about attending events like the 2003 American Farrier’s Association convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, in late February is the opportunity to pick up little nuggets of advice from the real masters of the shoeing trade.
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Horseshoeing 101

While you have to watch out for the serious hoof problems, don’t forget about proper physiologic horseshoeing

It's nothing fancy. It’s not going to win you any awards or get your face on the cover of a magazine, but shoeing and trimming a horse with proper physiologic principles will make you a better farrier and, more importantly, keep your horses’ feet healthy, according to Dr. Stephen O’Grady.


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