Items Tagged with 'team approach'

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Jeremy McGovern
From The Desk Of AFJ

Finding And Delegating To The Expert

The signal-to-noise ratio of the Internet requires filtering by the equine enthusiast. The accessibility of information has empowered horse owners, which has advantages and disadvantages for the farrier.


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Jeremy McGovern
From The Desk Of AFJ

Technology Makes An Engaged Horse Owner

The editors at American Farriers Journal are busy working on the sixth edition of Getting Started in Hoof Care, our career guide for new farriers. This is a free publication sent to all farrier school students and to anyone who requests a copy. The purpose of this magazine is to emphasize the business side of farriery. I came across an interesting tip that will be part of an article on invoicing and records.


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Shoeing For A Living

Shoeing the High-Stepping Tennessee Walking Horse

Team approach lauded by farriers, trainer in preparing horses for the upcoming show season
Watching a Tennessee Walking Horse go through his paces can be confusing. The horse leans back into his haunches, driving off them powerfully, while his forelimbs stretch out ahead, churning the air and pin wheeling ahead of the rider.
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