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Biomechanics and Hoof Care

Researchers are gathering data that will help dictate what farriers, trainers and veterinarians will do in the future
The first time Jeff Thomason attached strain gauges to a horse's hoof was also the first step on what turned out to be a pretty ambitious quest.
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Therapeutic Shoeing Given the Spotlight

A Manual for Veterinarians and Farriers

The author, Yehuda Avisar, states at the outset that this book is written for veterinarians, farriers and students of both professions who are interested in the therapeutic aspects of farriery. “Its aim is to increase the collaboration between the two professions by providing information common to both fields,” he writes.


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A Tip Of The Cap to You

Ninth Annual Farriers Week Offers Recogntion For The Hardest Working People In The Hoof-Care Industry
July is your money month. While many people are enjoying the summer heat and using it as a time of recreation, this is the time of year when you really start working extra hours and earning more money.
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Shoeing for a Living

Teamwork Rules The Day

Veteran Las Vegas farrier combines teamwork, continuing education, helping others and quality shoeing work to run a successful shoeing business
Several common themes become crystal clear when you spend some time with Mike Dawson.
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Favorites Old And New To Highlight AFA Convention

The annual assembly, being held Feb. 25 to 28 in Rochester, N.Y., will feature many events returning by popular demand, as well as first-time attractions that are sure to please farriers from across the country.
A NEW AND DIFFERENT class of competitors — The Jack Benny Class — will highlight the American Farrier’s Association’s 2004 convention.
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