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How Can Farriers Protect Their Interests?

American Veterinary Medical Association’s proposed elimination of farrier exemption underscores industry’s call to action
Farriers belong to an industry with a healthy contribution to the United States economy. The entire equine industry generates about $122 billion in total economic impact, according to the American Horse Council (AHC) Foundation’s 2017 Economic Impact Study of the U.S. Horse Industry, which was released in late February. It’s responsible for 1.74 million jobs and $79 billion in total salaries, wages and benefits.
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Shop Talk: March 2018

FEI Taps AAPF/IAPF As Farriers For 2018 World Equestrian Games The American and International Associa­tions of Professional Farriers (AAPF/IAPF) will serve as the emergency farrier service providers for the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) Tryon 2018 at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, N.C.
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Use Your Rig To Boost Your Bottom Line

Farriers share ideas for cutting costs and generating revenue
You work hard to make a living with your farrier rig. Perhaps it’s time to allow your rig to do some of the heavy lifting. There are a number of ways to let your rig shoulder the economic load including charging for your time behind the wheel, advertising and selling products.
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AAPF/IAPF Launches Credentialing Program

Renewable, stackable process aims to educate farriers, vets and horse owners
Since its inception, the American Association of Professional Farriers (AAPF) Board of Directors identified the need for a program that recognizes the knowledge, education and skills of its members. Four years later, that need was met with the launch of its farrier credential program.
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Understand What You Need To Charge

What can you charge? It’s a question that farriers commonly ask and one that Adam Wynbrandt hears often. His response? “I tell them, ‘Well, no, the question is, what do you need to charge?’” says Wynbrandt, who has 2 decades of farriery experience and owns The Horseshoe Barn in Sacramento, Calif.
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Local Spotlight: Horseshoe Barn Clinic Dissects Anatomy

Functional anatomy discussion focused on increasing farrier understanding of the inside of the foot for more informed trimming and shoeing decisions

The theme of the 2015 annual fall clinic at the Horseshoe Barn in Sacramento, Calif., focused on looking beyond the surface of the hoof and considering the anatomical structures and systems that affect and are affected by the way farriers trim and shoe horses’ hooves.


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Pricing For Success

California farrier offers valuable tips for how you should be charging your clients
What can you charge? It’s a question that farriers commonly ask and one that Adam Wynbrandt hears often. His re­sponse?
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