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Jeremy McGovern
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Real Estate’s Rule Also True For Farriers

The ever-changing demographics of the United States and Canada affect the types of clients farriers serve, stresses the farrier instructor from Kwantlen Polytechnic University outside of Vancouver, British Columbia. The area one chooses to live in greatly affects the types of horses and clients that farriers serve.
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Travel

What's the farthest you are willing to travel to a client? What factors contribute to that decision (number of horses to work with at one location, fuel charge, etc.)?
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New Location

If you have moved or were to move to a new location, how would you go about establishing your new practice? Would you begin working on this prior to your arrival?
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Razor-Sharp Advice

Adopting a new perspective on sharpening your hoof knife can extend its life and keep money in your pocket
As a farrier, there aren't many tools you use more frequently than your hoof knife.
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Farrier Finances

Farrier Finances Toeing the Line

Data from last summer’s American Farriers Journal survey indicates the shoeing business is reflecting the country’s economic problems
Reflecting the overall economy of the United States, the average American farrier has struggled to gain financial ground over the past 2 years.
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