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Use Your Rig To Boost Your Bottom Line

Farriers share ideas for cutting costs and generating revenue
You work hard to make a living with your farrier rig. Perhaps it’s time to allow your rig to do some of the heavy lifting. There are a number of ways to let your rig shoulder the economic load including charging for your time behind the wheel, advertising and selling products.
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A team of European researchers has found conformation of the forelimbs (including heel height and pastern angle), height at the withers and neck length can contribute to uneven feet concerns.
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The Hoof-Care Bottom Line

The ABC’s Of Bills And Receipts

A look at that vital record that helps you get paid
A bill and a receipt are not the same thing. A bill is an acknowledgment that a specified sum of money is due for goods or services. A receipt is a written or printed acknowledgment that a specified article or sum of money has been received as an exchange for goods or services. A bill marked as paid becomes a receipt.
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During the annual American Association of Equine Practitioners meeting in early December in Seattle, Wash., Michael Weishaupt explained how horses dealing with pain redistribute the load between forelimbs and hindlimbs without causing an overload situation.
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Legal Notes For Shoers

Employee Or Independent Contractor?

Make sure you know the differences when you arrange for on-the-job help.
In an effort to curb the high costs associated with keeping employees, many business people in the equine industry simply label their workers “independent contractors” instead of “employees.”
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Briefings

Future research is more likely to find a pharmacological cure for systemic laminitis than for overload weight-bearing laminitis, maintains equine veterinarian Larry Bramlage. The surgeon with Rood and Riddle in Lexington, Ky., defines systemic laminitis as a disease process that liberates enough mediators within the body to trigger the separation of the hoof wall.


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