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Tom Trosin

Avoid These Costly Errors!

Paying attention to these guidelines will help you avoid costly mistakes in your footcare operation
After 22 years of shoeing, Tom Trosin maintains he’s made almost all of the mistakes a farrier could possibly make in running a business.
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Shoeing for a Living

Farriery Farm Aid

Nebraska's Gregg Kremer started shoeing to try and save the family homestead
A few years back, Gregg Kremer was right in the middle of an unfortunate continuing economic story — and he wasn't enjoying it much.
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Achieving Balance Through Trims

Developing a thorough knowledge of anatomy, load-bearing and trimming techniques helps achieve critical balance goals
For the majority of the first half of my shoeing career, I educated clients — and farriers — about conformation and the proper way to balance a foot.
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Taking On Hoof Neglect

You pick up a hoof and are appalled by what you see. Here’s how a trio of farriers handle cases of hoof neglect.

NOTHING DISHEARTENS a farrier more than extreme neglect of a horse’s feet.

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Tom and Jerry
Shoeing for a Living

Signing Up For The Draft

Savannah farrier finds his weekly day with draft horses challenging and rewarding
Dark clouds hang low over the Savannah River as Steve Prescott sets up his shoeing rig just outside the doors of the old stable that houses the horses and equipment of the Plantation Carriage Company on the outskirts of the picturesque city of Savannah, Ga.
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