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Farriers Offer Advice For Newcomers

It’s been written in this space time and time and time again that the farrier industry is incredibly generous. As the American Farriers Journal staff wraps up production on the 10th edition of Getting Started In Hoof Care, we’re reminded of its generosity once again.
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Jeremy McGovern
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Customer Service That Covers Your Back

The practice of farriery is one firmly based in tradition, yet modern solutions have provided farriers with more options for helping horses. Nailing on a steel shoe made from bar stock remains a helpful option for many hoof-care needs, but so do adhesives, urethane shoes and other contemporary tools.
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Jeremy McGovern
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There Is No Farrier Lobby

I'm writing this from Reno, Nev., as the American Farrier's Association wraps up another educational convention. While visiting with the farriers here, I polled a few dozen of them about how concerned they are about the proposed Model Veterinary Practice Act changes by the American Veterinary Medical Association — primarily the removal of the farrier exemption.
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