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The Farrier Apprentice

Making The Most Of An Apprenticeship

A good work ethic coupled with the enthusiasm and ability to learn will always serve apprentices well
In the March 2012 issue of American Farriers Journal, we looked at apprenticing and internships from the view of the mentoring farrier and business owner.
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Celebrating the Industry

The 11th annual National Farriers Week is a time for clients to recognize the quality work of shoers
When you flip the calendar to July, you are probably hitting your peak shoeing period. Unlike the rest of the population, you aren’t counting down the days to a summer vacation on a sandy beach — you are focused on business
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When one American Farriers Journal reader takes on a new well-to-do shoeing client, he normally doesn’t tell them what he charges.
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After hearing reports about horses becoming lame within 24 hours of vaccination, Texas A&M University researcher Ilka Wagner compared seven chronically laminitic horses and seven healthy horses.

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American Farriers Journal is the “hands-on” magazine for professional farriers, equine veterinarians and horse care product and service buyers.
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