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From The AFJ Archives: November 2017

November 1987 — Business Management – Now, A Financial Primer for Career Farriers
1987 ARTICLE OVERVIEW For many years, this directory issue has delivered practical farrier business insight along with the resource information. That wasn’t always the case.
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Jeremy McGovern
From The Desk Of AFJ

Easier Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Better

For farriers, poor communication ranks up there as a work place hazard that can do significant damage to a practice. Although there isn’t the physical injury that comes from other dangers, like being kicked by a spooked horse, poor communication can lead to loss of business severe enough to cripple one’s business.
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Letterbox: March 2017

Opinion On Moving Ahead

As a generalization, it seems that some farriers do not consider it necessary to actually run an efficient, professional business and focus more on the shoemaking side in preference to the part that actually keeps you and the horse safe and makes you money.

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Jeremy McGovern
From the Desk of AFJ

Has Technology Hampered Horsemanship?

During a roundtable discussion regarding lamenesses in sport horses there was a quick word from a vet regarding effectiveness. Vets have many options available today, and advancements in technology have improved these tools even more so. But speaking specifically on MRIs one vet said it is a diagnostic tool that he will resort to less commonly.
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