Articles by Kristen Kubisiak

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Increased Knowledge of the Equine Anatomy Can Help Farriers Improve Hoof Care

The choices farriers make in trimming and shoeing should take into account bones, tendons and other internal structures of the limbs
The choices farriers make when trimming and shoeing to achieve a certain result are going to have an impact on the entire equine limb and, at times, may result in unintended consequences. Understanding the anatomy of the equine limb beyond the hoof can help reduce the chances of a farrier’s action having an adverse reaction elsewhere. It can also improve the quality of communication among equine colleagues.
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Winning Trailer Raffle Changes Vermont Farrier’s Practice

Tickets are now available for the third Stonewell Bodies Middi Horseshoeing trailer raffle organized by the Texas Professional Farriers Association and Oklahoma Professional Farriers Association
When Vermont horseshoer Deanna Stoppler purchased a raffle ticket to raise funds for disabled and injured farriers, she knew that her money was going to a good cause.
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Honor Horseshoers During 21st Annual Farriers Week, July 7-13

Celebrate the contributions farriers make to the equine industry in Spotlight Farriers

American Farriers Journal would like to thank the many farriers who dedicate their time, effort and skill to the equine industry. This year marks the 21st annual Farriers Week, a time American Farriers Journal sets aside to celebrate your professional contributions — and invite others to do the same.


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Farrier Q&A

What horses do you typically provide hoof-care for and what percentage has high-low hooves? How do you manage high-low on these horses?

I provide hoof care to Thoroughbreds, hacks, show jumper, dressage and 3-day eventer horses. About 12% had high-low hooves — here in Australia we call it “grass hoof.” It’s caused by the horse continually only putting one foot forward to feed.
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Farrier Industry Businesses Share Their Stories with American Farriers Journal

People, products, company history are focus of ‘Profile’ issue
The July/August American Farriers Journal is our annual Farrier Industry Profile issue. The purpose of this special issue is to offer readers an opportunity to get to know the people and stories behind the companies they depend on, as well as the products that could enhance their businesses.
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