Items Tagged with 'Lim Couch'


Online Extras: December 2015 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • Former Arkansas lawmaker offers advice for those wishing to change the veterinary practice act in their state.
  • Todd Allen provides further hoof-care insight.
  • Watch a video about Scott Lampert's Proportional Balance Protocol.
  • Read responses to the December Hoof-Care Email Q&A that didn't make it into print.
  • Watch a video of Sonny Pistilli showing a modified tool he uses for marking Nail Holes.
  • Read an old article of the late farrier Lim Couch's memories of Shoeing for Elvis.
  • Steve Kraus provides guidance for selecting which nail to use in your work.
  • Watch a video of equine veterinarian Amy Rucker describing how venograms can guide shoe selection in laminitic horses.

Read More

Remembering Lim Couch

Friends and colleagues recall how the Hall Of Fame farrier touched their lives
On June 13, renowned horseshoer Lim Couch passed away at the age of 75. Couch owned MidSouth Farrier Supply in Hernando, Miss., and was the former owner of MidSouth Horseshoeing Academy and Briarwood Stables.
Read More

International Horseshoeing Hall Of Famer Lim Couch Passes Away

Lim Couch, 75 world renowned horseshoer passed away June 13, 2014. He is the current owner of MidSouth Farrier Supplies and former owner of Briarwood Stables and Midsouth Horseshoeing Academy. Lim was inducted into the International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame in 2005 and was past president of American Farriers Association.
Read More


Karen Trebitz doesn’t tell clients which brand of shoe she’s using on their horse or whether it costs more or less than any other brand.
Read More
panel of farriers
Product Knowledge

Proper Application of Pads is Vital to Success

Experts agree pads are useful—just be sure to think about how and why you’re using them
Pads may not have been around quite as long as horseshoes, but they are far from a new invention. Farriers have been adding materials to horseshoes for years — to change a hoof angle, provide added protection, to attempt to alter a horse’s gait — and from just about the first time a farrier added a pad, there was someone else that though he’d made a huge mistake.
Read More

“Great Eight” Stand Tall For Horseshoeing, Equine Vet Halls Of Fame

Diverse group of farriers and equine vets proudly inducted as new members for the “Class of 2005” Horseshoeing, Equine Veterinarian Halls Of Fame
Honoring a dedication to their craft and a life-long achievement of high quality work on a daily basis that goes above and beyond the norm, the International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame and the International Equine Veterinarians Hall Of Fame each inducted four dynamic professionals into their exclusive ranks.
Read More

Top Articles

Current Issue

View More

Current Issue

View More

Must Read Free Eguides

Download these helpful knowledge building tools

View More
Top Directory Listings