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Burney-Isms!

Baker Chapman, a full-time horseshoer in Lubbock, Texas, and the youngest of Burney’s four sons.
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Now The Horses Come To Me

TO CELEBRATE 25 YEARS of service to the farrier industry, the American Farriers Journal staff spent several months poring over past issues looking for all of the ways the industry has changed during our publication’s existence.
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Getting Started As A Farrier: Shoeing For The Long Haul

There's no doubt farriers must have sound shoeing skills to be successful. But is that all? This shoeing instructor doesn't think so
TOM WOLFE has a secret. In the 16 years this farrier has taught at the Montana State Horseshoeing School in Bozeman, Mont., hundreds of aspiring farriers have enrolled in his course, hoping to excel at the art of farriery.
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Keep It Legal! Taking Care Of Business

Now that the quality of shoeing has improved over the last 25 years, this farrier says attention should be shifted to making sure farrier businesses run smoothly...and legally
WHATEVER YOUR PLANS are for the next five minutes, change them. Stop and think about how far your industry has come in the last quarter century.
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