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Give Your Hammer A Face-Lift

If your rounding hammer has lost its crown, refinishing it will improve your forging work
When maintaining tools, we immediately think of pritchels, forepunches and such. How many of us, though, stop and think about repairing the face of our hammers?
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Horseshoeing History Made in Missouri

Eleven farriers participate in the first Worshipful Company of Farriers examination held outside of the United Kingdom
The Worshipful Company of Farriers (WCF) was organized in 1356 as the governing body over the practice of farriery in London. Evolving over centuries, the Company is regarded by many as stewards of the highest standards in horseshoeing, as manifested through its rigorous examination process.
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More Concerns About Licensing
While it dealt with equine massage therapists, a bill introduced last summer in the California State Assembly could have had serious ramifications for horseshoers. Fortunately, the bill was killed in committee, thanks to the efforts of Bob Smith, a farrier and owner of the Pacific Coast Horseshoeing School in  Sacramento, Calif.
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