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Booknotes: A Super Reference For Every Farrier’s Bookshelf

Scientific Horseshoeing (A reprint of the extremely rare 1906 ninth edition) By Professor William Russell
This 384-page work by Professor Russell has been a source of valid information for farriers for nearly 140 years. Hardly an article or research paper is written today without containing some reference to his work. That in itself speaks to the necessity of every farrier having this book on his or her bookshelf.
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Booknotes: A Super Reference For Every Farrier’s Bookshelf

Scientific Horseshoeing (A reprint of the extremely rare 1906 ninth edition) By Professor William Russell
This 384-page work by Professor Russell has been a source of valid information for farriers for nearly 140 years. Hardly an article or research paper is written today without containing some reference to his work. That in itself speaks to the necessity of every farrier having this book on his or her bookshelf.
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Booknotes: A Super Reference For Every Farrier’s Bookshelf

Scientific Horseshoeing (A reprint of the extremely rare 1906 ninth edition) By Professor William Russell
This 384-page work by Professor Russell has been a source of valid information for farriers for nearly 140 years. Hardly an article or research paper is written today without containing some reference to his work. That in itself speaks to the necessity of every farrier having this book on his or her bookshelf.
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Toe Mechanics

Taking away the toes hurts the horse more than it helps
In recent years, there has been an abundance of published information on the length of toe affecting normal function of the horse’s limb.
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Clashing Views on Laminitis

A noted farrier questions the basis of an article in the May/June issue and the author responds
The May/June 2007 edition of American Farriers Journal had an interesting article by Nicholas Denson. Although it is refreshing to read contributions from someone who is thinking, I would like to make some observations as to the accuracy of some statements.
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Understanding Soft Tissue Mechanics

New information on this topic indicates it may be time for farriers to change treatments for suspensory ligament desmitis
One of the most common veterinarian-diagnosed, soft-tissue problems in performance horses is suspensory ligament desmitis (SLD).
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