Don't Let the Dogs Out!

Eliminating potential dangers before they lead to injuries comes with experience in horseshoeing
Broken cross-ties, scattered shoeing nails, neat slices of hoof trimmings and empty bandage wrappers litter an otherwise clean barn aisle. Like a crime scene investigation, it appears someone got in trouble while shoeing.
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Get Your Tools Off The Ground

Regardless of the style of toolbox you use, organization is the key to being efficient and safe

When I began shoeing, many farriers made many of the tools and equipment they used. Some of this resourcefulness came from a spirit of self-reliance and creativity, but many times it was really about saving money for a young shoer just getting into the business.

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