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Red Flags for Farriers

Could the Problem Be with Your Trim?

If the foot condition isn’t where you want it, look for the signs that you are inconsistent or aren’t addressing the horse’s needs when trimming
The trim is the foundation to what every farrier wants to accomplish with a sound horse — keep the horse that way. Get the trim wrong, and everything else done afterward in the shoeing process becomes compromised.
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Don’t Forget The Back End

Essential strategies for taking care of horse’s hinds range from paying attention to the basics to teaming up with veterinarians
Because of the economics of raising and competing horses many disciplines are geared to the young horse. This, bluntly speaking, minimizes expenses used on a loser.
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Shoeing with the Work in Mind

Hall Of Fame equine vet Olin Balch stresses the importance of activity-specific hoof care
Olin Balch's long-time interest in the biomechanics of equine locomotion began when, as a student, he worked his way through veterinary school by shoeing horses.
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