Chelsea Moskow

Editorial Intern, AFJ


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AFA Research Grant Promotes In-Depth Study

Does it ever boil your bologna when a client asks why you did something a certain way, and you don’t have a scientific study to back up your reasoning? What if you could conduct the study and publish it for other farriers to read, review and use?
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Enter a New Era of Business Management

Use apps and software to put your farrier practice ahead of the times.
The face of business management is changing with the birth of new technology over the last decade. Although many farriers still use old-fashioned pen and paper for billing and scheduling clients, a growing number are turning to apps and software to help their business run more smoothly.
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6 Honored for Lifetime Hoof-Care Accomplishments

Three farriers and three veterinarians were elected to their respective Halls Of Fame at the 2019 International Hoof-Care Summit
Six individuals were honored for outstanding careers in footcare during Hall Of Fame induction ceremonies at the 16th annual International Hoof-Care Summit in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Memorial Anvil Honors Lost Farriers

American Farrier’s Association constructs traveling memorial
In collaboration with Dick Fanguy, former American Farrier's Association (AFA) president and Chuck Milne, owner of Texas Farrier Supply #2, Eric Nygaard brought up the idea that they’d all been thinking on — a memorial representing the farriers who have died but have contributed so much.
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Sheridan College Reboots Farrier Program and Names New Instructor

Sheridan College’s farrier science program is back in session with Buffalo, Wyo., farrier Quint Gonzales as its new farrier instructor.
Sheridan College’s farrier science program is back in session with Buffalo, Wyo., farrier Quint Gonzales as its new farrier instructor. The program was previously not available for a few years after its former instructor Steve Stephenson retired. When Powell, Wyo., Northwest College’s farrier professor also retired, the last local farrier courses went away, too.
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What Were Farriers’ Online Footcare Interests in 2018?

Here’s a look at the “most viewed” content during the past year that appeared on the American Farriers Journal’s digital media platforms
When planning for the next year, we’ve been reviewing the many things that transpired over the previous year. Let’s take a look at a few items in the footcare world that were the most popular among American Farriers Journal digital platform viewers in 2018.
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