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Molding Better Backyard Horse Clients

Communication and motivating owners are keys to managing hoof care
One of the stone cold, lead pipe locks in the industry is that the overwhelming majority of farriers work on backyard horses. Only 8% of all farriers do not have a single backyard horse client, according to American Farriers Journal’s 2016 Farrier Business Practices Survey, which starts on Page 22. That percentage has not moved appreciably in 14 years. It’s a safe bet that the needle won’t move in the foreseeable future.
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Online Extras: May/June 2016 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • Videos with Ritner Goff discussing his successful apprentice program
  • Videos with Ian McKinley detailing his process for lacing and patching cracks
  • Videos with Fabio Gnoatto talking about his trimming and shoeing philosophy
  • Information about the 2016 National Farriers Week and submitting your farrier tributes
  • Article about using a TIG welder
  • Video with Sam Fabilia showing his DIY farrier rig workstation

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Farriers At Work: Ritner Goff

Farrier Ritner Goff emphasizes hard work and continuing education in his North Carolina multi-farrier practice, which he operates with his son R.J. This photo gallery accompanies the May/June 2016 Shoeing For A Living article, “For The Love Of Shoeing And Teaching.”

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