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What I’ve Learned About Founder

After 67 years of farrier work, this Texas farrier maintains most cases are caused by fever
I certainly don’t have all the answers when it comes to treating founder, but there have been some things that have really worked for me when dealing with foundered horses over more than 6 decades.
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Farrier Jam Sessions Expand Hoof-Care Knowledge

Many folks in this industry know that solid vet/farrier relationships are necessary for providing the best quality hoof care for horses. For the farrier community surrounding Tryon, N.C., one way to develop these relationships comes in the form of monthly Farrier Jam Sessions.
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Most Farriers Skeptical Of VEPG

Although there’s no one reason the question of standards and regulation within the United States farrier trade has been raised, the development of the Veterinary Equine Podiatry Group has no doubt played a role.
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Remembering Red Renchin

Friends and colleagues celebrate the Hall of Fame farrier’s life and his generosity to the industry
Friends and colleagues celebrate the Hall of Fame farrier’s life and his generosity to the industry.
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Hoof Beats: Mitigating Damage

Loss of hoof wall could be the result of several factors including injury, disease, and infection. Often a horse can lose what appears to be massive amounts of wall, but still be sound and moving well. Other times the smallest crack can result in lameness. The important factors are the location and cause of the damage.
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