Trimming

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Friday’s Farrier Facts & Figures

How Many Trims Vs. Shoeings Do Part-Time Farriers Handle in a Year’s Time? | How Many Horses are Kept by Owners?

This week's facts and figures... How Many Trims Vs. Shoeings Do Part-Time Farriers Handle in a Year’s Time? and How Many Horses are Kept by Owners? This edition of Farrier Facts & Figures is brought to you by the International Hoof-Care Summit.
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Evaluate a Horse Before Working with it

University of Illinois veterinary school farrier Steve Sermersheim warns against cutting corners when working with a horse
Earlier in his career, Steve Sermersheim says that he was headstrong in thinking his approach to horseshoeing was the only correct way. Over the years, he became open-minded, realizing what works for him may not work for others. Although fads come and go, he finds adapting to solid shoeing basics is what helped him keep horses sound or improve.
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The Importance of Properly Trimming the Bars in Horses Feet

Overgrown keratin can lead to painful corns and abscesses for the animal
We often hear that it’s not what we take, it’s what we leave when trimming the foot that’s important. In many ways, that’s true. However, sometimes if we leave too much, it becomes important for the wrong reasons.
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