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Farrier Challenges | Working Solo

This week's facts and figures... What are the greatest challenges you face as a footcare professional? Footcare Professionals Don’t Like To Work Alone. This edition of Farrier Facts & Figures is brought to you by Markel Insurance Co.
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The Hoof-Care Bottom Line

Charging For Therapeutic Farrier Work

You can’t help injured horses for long if the cost of doing the work puts your hoof-care business on the critical list
Many farriers who express a desire for more challenging work avoid doing therapeutic farrier work or more complicated cases due to time restraints and pricing concerns.
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Briefings

A West Coast farrier says she is much more careful about charging in today’s tougher economy for some of the small things that she used to let slip by for the sake of effective customer relations.
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Horse Sense In The Horse Capital Of The World

Equine hoof, leg anatomy get a long look at Lexington AFA convention
They may not have spent much time at the horse farms that give Lexington, Ky., its nickname as the Horse Capital Of The World, but attendees at the 31st annual American Farrier’s Association (AFA) convention in early March had plenty of opportunities to improve their abilities to help the animals.
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Shoeing For A Living

Slowing Down For More Speed

Missouri farrier finds he's slowing down as he gets older — and it's on purpose
Neal Poort is quick to admit he’s not as fast as he used to be. But in the process, he’s sped up.
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