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2020 Farrier Business Practices Survey

Full-time Farrier Income Skyrockets

Data from the latest Farrier Business Practices Survey shows an 11% increase in yearly gross income compared with 2 years earlier
Two years ago, the gross annual income for full-time farriers crossed the $100,000 mark for the first time in the American Farriers Journal Farrier Business Practices Survey. For 2019, the full-time farrier yearly income increased by an $14,283 compared with that 2017 figure.
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Equine Education Between Your Barn Stops

Podcasts can make the time you spend driving more productive
The most recent American Farriers Journal Farrier Business Practices Survey showed that the average farrier drives 322 miles per week. Maybe your total mileage for the job is higher or lower, but unless clients bring the horses to your shop, you’re spending time behind the steering wheel to get to appointments.
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2016 Farrier Business Practices Survey

How Does Your Business Measure Up?

Data gleaned from the only industry-wide benchmark survey of its kind let you compare your business with other footcare operations
Data from the exclusive American Farriers Journal “Farrier Business Practices” survey offers essential information to help you evaluate how well your business compares with those of other footcare professionals. Compiled every 2 years, farriers not only use this data for business analysis purposes, but also rely on this data when raising trimming and shoeing prices.
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Frank Lessiter
From The Desk Of AFJ

What We've Learned About Part-Time Farriers

Every 2 years, we conduct the exclusive American Farriers Journal Farrier Business Practices Survey, which reveals the latest trends and statistics on how hoof-care professionals operate their businesses. In the latest survey published a year ago, part-time farriers represented 26% of the farriers that took the time to answer our 4-page, 70-question survey.


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Frank Lessiter
From The Desk Of AFJ

What's Your Pricing Strategy?

With the hoof-care season about to hit full stride, many farriers have already raised their trimming and shoeing prices for the coming year. And if you haven't already done so, now's a good time to think about the impact higher supply costs can have on the need for boosting your prices.


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Frank Lessiter
From The Desk Of AFJ

Start Thinking About Raising Prices for 2013

Data gathered from across the country for the 2012 Farrier Business Practices survey can help you make effective pricing decisions for the coming year

Data gathered from across the country for the 2012 Farrier Business Practices survey can help you make effective pricing decisions for the coming year.


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